- Mzansi soul singer Zonke Dikana "broke the internet" when she posted a gorgeous selfie on Twitter
- In the snap, Zonke is wearing lovely red lips that accentuate her natural beauty
- South African social media users commented on the picture hyping her up for her timeless beauty
It's no secret that South African singer and songwriter Zonke Dikana is absolutely gorgeous but she keeps shocking Mzansi every time. The Feelings hitmaker posted a saucy selfie on Twitter and had people's tongues wagging.
In the snap, Zonke is wearing a bit of makeup on her face but it's not too dramatic. What was bold though, was the red lips she decided to wear for the day. The perfect colour to celebrate the festive season. She was clearly in the Christmas mood.
Zonke captivated a number of Mzansi social media users and her picture gained a number of likes and reactions. People were just so stunned that the 41-year-old star still managed to look so good over the years.
Briefly.co.za collected a number of reactions that Zonke's snap received:
@z0plenty commented: "How are we both still single?"
@dules_k said: "The talented and beautiful musician."
@Mingas68369169 commented: "I love this woman with every fibre of my being. I'll book a whole island for us and we shall never return to the normal world."
@MtungwaThato commented: "I'd change my surname!"
@pearl_are said: "You are so beautiful."
In other Mzansi music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu penned a special letter to the Hip Hop and Nkabi Nation in SA. Big Zulu quickly became a Mzansi fave when he released Imali Eningi. The music video gained 3 million views in 3 weeks and it just seems to be getting better for the rapper.
Big Zulu rejuvenated SA Hip Hop by adding his own unique spin to the genre. He has been grateful for the reception of his music and has written an open letter to the "Nkabi Nation" as well as the Hip Hop nation in South Africa.
In the letter, Big Zulu starts off by saying that he is grateful for the support he has received for his music in 2020.
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