Nandi Madida speaks at The Grammy Museum and keeps Mzansi proud

Nandi Madida speaks at The Grammy Museum and keeps Mzansi proud

- Nandi Madida is a force to be reckoned with and recently added speaking at The Grammy Museum to her list of accomplishments

- The star shared that she had been invited to speak at the prestigious event as part of a mini Masterclass

- Fans and followers replied to Nandi with messages of pride and encouragement as she goes from strength to strength

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Nandi Madida has a long list of accomplishments and recently added to it by speaking for a mini Masterclass at the Grammy Museum.

The star shared that she had been invited to speak at the prestigious event on her Twitter account. Nandi also added that she felt it was a huge honour and that she hoped she was keeping Africa proud.

Fans of the multi-talented celebrity immediately assured her that Mzansi was always proud of her and took to the comments to add their thoughts.

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Nandi Madida speaks at The Grammy museum

Nandi Madida speaks at The Grammy Museum and keeps adding impressive things to her resumé.
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Nandi's announcement got over 450 likes and had messages of love and pride sent to her.

One commenter just straight-up made sure that Nandi knew how proud SA and Africa were of her consistent hard work and success:

@Aphelel39892171: "We are so proud of you Sisi"

Nandi has already had a successful 2020, most notably starring in Beyoncé's Black is King, but there's no telling how much more the superstar is planning to achieve.

In Mzansi-related news, reported on a video of a woman struggling to eat her meal due to her manicure surfacing and going viral online

A woman has caused a stir online after footage was posted of her struggling to eat her meal due to her long, manicured nails. In the video, which was shared by Twitter user Emmanuel Oyiti, the woman can be seen attempting to eat fish in a bowl of soup. She tries to accomplish this with her hands but her manicure seems to be making it difficult.

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The video then shows the woman becoming frustrated with her lack of success from one method, so she tries a different one and begins to use the tips of the long nails to eat the fish.

Social media users were captivated by the video, and flooded the comments section of the post to share their thoughts.

And in celebrity-related news, recently reported on some new life being welcomed to the world as Manaka Ranaka announced she gave birth to a baby boy.

Manaka Ranaka has given birth to a baby boy. The Generations: The Legacy star recently took to social media to announce that she welcomed her new son on 15 December. In an Instagram post which has amassed almost 40 000 likes, Manaka posted a photo of her new baby's tiny hand with a caption detailing his birth date.

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The actress' followers were delighted by the news and immediately took to the comments section to send their congratulations to the proud mama.

Manaka is already a mama to her two daughters, Katlego and Naledi. She wrote the caption of the post as if she were her little prince making his entrance to the world and she penned:

"Kaaaaaa world. Sooooooooooo good to finally be here.. Now, where should I put my bags #BabyDragon #Seni #BigBoy 15/12/2020"

Fans and famous followers added positive emojis and send good vibes. Read some of their comments below:

thando_thabethe: "Congratulations Manaka"
basetsanakumalo: "Awwwwww Congratulations, may your precious little boy bring you endless days of pure bliss. God’s richest blessings upon his life."
simphiwe_tinny: "Santa gave you the best one this year...a whole Prince, congratulations Manaka"
katlego_mojela: "Tears. Just tears. This is incredibly amazing! Everything you have ever wanted."
Year in review: Snake man, pricey meat and dancing jobseeker "A small hand carrying big gifts. Congratulations ngwana Mma."

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