- LootLove is done with 2020 and is ready to make 2021 the year in which she lives her absolute best life
- Having gone through a lot this year, not only the coronavirus, LootLove is pleased to say that 2020 did not defeat her
- Showing 2020 the middle finger, LootLove let the universe know she’s coming in hot in 2021
Luthando Shosha, famously known as LootLove, is one boss babe momma who is not afraid of a little challenge. 2020 has been a year but LootLove refuses to let it get the best of her.
Aside from the coronavirus, LootLove has lost her brother and gone through some major family changes this year. Her and her long time bae, rapper Reason, are no longer together, but nothing has stopped her from shining.
Taking to social media with a very short but powerful post, LootLove let the world know that 2020 has not defeated her, nor will she let it.
LootLove is ready for 2021 and is aiming to make it the best year yet. Showing 2020 the middle finger, LootLove let the universe know she’s coming in hot in 2021!
“One thing about me: This year won’t knock me, I’m going to live my best! This zap sign though is for all y’all moving weird. Otherwise... ”
The stunner took to social media to share that she's mourning the death of her brother. The media personality penned a touching tribute to her brother on Instagram on Tuesday, 20 October following his sudden passing.
The star said she still can't believe that her children will grow up without their favourite uncle. It was something LootLove was never ready for.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that LootLove was swift and effective in clapping back and educating a troll after he mocked her post-pregnancy body.
The troll had zoomed in to one of LootLove's pictures that she had posted from a weekend with friends. The zoom was in order to focus on the area around her belly button and mock LootLove about her skin not being tight after having had two kids.
In the now-deleted tweet, the troll managed to body-shame and mom-shame in 2020 and Lootlove was not here for it. She responded by explaining that moms' bodies grow life and that they change during pregnancy to accommodate for growing a human.
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