- Bontle Modiselle took to social media to let people know that she is aware of her weight gain
- Bontle let peeps know that her weight does not define her and that if they keep on pointing it out she’s just going to pack on more
- The comment section flooded with messages letting Bontle know that she is stunning and that her attempt at speaking Xhosa was appreciated
Bontle Modiselle took to social media to let people know that she is aware of her weight gain and that she actually couldn’t care less. Sis is not afraid to gain a little, she knows she’s still a flame.
Taking to social media with an interesting and spicy clip, Bontle let peeps know that her weight does not define her and that if they keep on pointing it out she’s just going to pack on more.
Bontle decided to give this clip an extra punch by doing it in Xhosa. Yessss, babes, you tell them!
Bontle’s followers were thriving off of this post. The fact that she spoke Xhosa in it was what got them the most. Honey, you are gorgeous and your weight is perfect.
The comment section flooded with messages letting Bontle know that she is stunning and that her attempt at speaking Xhosa was appreciated.
@mjulenilulama1262: “Hahahahaa Mamela Xhosa suits you still babe, you nailed it.”
@bmemani: “Nailed it.”
@busisiwembozi: “Like you sothetha kamandi isixhosayonwaba mumu.”
@neliswa001: “I love this sizezotyeba moss thina qubekani.”
@kungekap: “Haibo usifundephi isixhosa babes, ncoooo awusathethi kamnandi maan.”
@siphosethu.jamjam: “We don't care... what matters is that WONWABILE mtase Mamela uHappy uMzali.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Bontle Modiselle took to social media to start a dancing challenge of her own creation. The famous dancer decided to combine the moves associated with Cardi B's WAP music video and some classic South African dance moves.
Bontle also decided to overlay the global hit song with a local beat. The talent then showed her fire moves to the camera and shared the footage with her almost two million followers.
She aptly titled the new song-and-dance combo 'Afro WAP' in acknowledgement of both inspirations for the routine.
It was also reported that proud parents Bontle Modiselle and Priddy Ugly have chosen to keep their baby girl's face hidden, until now at least. Choosing to keep your child’s face out of the media when you are in the public eye is totally understandable.
Briefly.co.za knows how strongly Bontle and Priddy Ugly have felt about keeping baby Afrika’s face hidden, so when this post recent post dropped, it came as a pleasant surprise.
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