Khanyi Mbau allegedly had to reassess her living situation as a result of the coronavirus, however, her new ‘downgraded’ home is still absolutely lush. Gurl, if this is called downsizing, sign a sister up!
Taking to social media with a few snaps of her new residence, Khanyi showed the world that no matter what challenges she is faced with, she is always going to make a plan.
In true Khanyi fashion, the home is decorated perfectly with the cleanest white, black and natural wood finishes. One of the highlights of this queen’s new castle is definitely her classy and well-stocked bar.
Khanyi’s new living space is absolutely stunning!
She is sassy and gorgeous and with natural looks to match the sass! Khanyi Mbau has been gracing the local television scene for a while, and she has never disappointed.
The gifted actress and show host is always honest on-screen as she is away from the media. In addition to being a career woman, she is also a mother who is raising a young and equally beautiful daughter.
Khanyi is an actress, artist and television host who was raised in Mofolo village, Soweto by her mother and grandmother, who she credits for her success in the entertainment industry. She has a younger half-sibling, Lasizwe Dambuza, who is also an entertainer in the capacity of an actor, radio and TV personality.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Khanyi Mbau used to live in a "massive" house. The star recently revealed that she had to "downgrade" when she recently moved to her new house.
The reality TV star recently detailed her struggles under the Covid-19 lockdown in her TV show titled Mbau Reloaded: Always Rise. A tweep took to Khanyi's timeline on Twitter to ask her about the crib. The tweep shared that Khanyi had previously expressed that she had also been financially affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
@KliVincent said Khanyi made moving into her new home sound like a downgrade during the first episode of her show but changed on the second episode. Khanyi maintained that she has downgraded because her old house was huge.
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