Boity Thulo owned 2020. The media personality continued securing the bag amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The stunner is one of Mzansi celebs who made boss moves this year.
The reality TV star is one of the hardest working entertainers in Mzansi. Sis doesn't just stick to one source of income but she makes sure she uses her talent to the fullest in order to get the bag. She can rap, present on TV and she's business-minded.
Briefly.co.za has been closely monitoring Boity's progress in 2020 and can confidently say she stayed winning despite the difficulties that came with the Covid-19 pandemic and Mzansi lockdown regulations. Briefly.co.za takes a look at 4 of Boity's top stories that got people talking on social media.
1. Flourishing rap career
Boity Thulo recently thanked her ancestors for her flourishing rap career. The stunner shared that she only wanted to record one song but her music career unexpectedly took off, thanks to her ancestors. The media personality has dropped a few banging tracks of her own and has been featured in a couple of other songs by Mzansi rappers. The musician became the first female rapper in the country to reach platinum status with her single Wuz Dat.
2. 4.5 million followers on Instagram
Boity recently celebrated reaching 4.5 million followers on Instagram. There is no denying that Boity has a soft spot in many Mzansi people’s hearts. Boity has worked hard to get to where she is and her hustle, combined with her flawless looks, makes for one celeb everyone wants to follow. Taking to social media with a super saucy snap, Boity revealed her new social media milestone and let her fans know how grateful she is for their support.
3. Boity reveals ancestral name
The stunner's ancestral name left Mzansi confused. The rapper recently took to twitter to share her official ancestral name. The media personality revealed that tweeps can now call her Gogo Nomakhwezi. Boity tweeted on Sunday, 1 November:
"You can officially refer to me as Gogo Nomakhwezi. Thokozani."
Many tweeps took to her comment section to question her why the name is Zulu. They wanted to know why she didn't get a Tswana name after completing her traditional training.
4. Launch of her own perfume
Boity took to social media a few months ago to launch her own perfume Boity Pink Sapphire. The stunner has once again proven how business-minded she is. It is clear to see that the multi-talented media personality is all about the bag. The Bakae hitmaker described the new cologne as "a scent fit for a powerful, African Queen". The reality TV star is one of a few young Mzansi women who keep showing the youth that hard work and determination pays off. Mzansi celebs and her fans have taken to Boity's comment section to congratulate her on her major money move.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Boity took to social media to share that she wants to venture into the business of snuff making. The stunner, who is a sangoma, told her fans that she doesn't have the time yet but she will definitely sell her own snuff when she's ready.
Snuff is popular among traditional healers. They use the tobacco-based product in their spiritual practice. The media personality shared that she wants to see more black owned companies making and selling their own brand of snuff.
"I don’t have the time to do it (YET), but can we please have more black owned companies making and selling our own brand of snuif? Ntsu le taxi ke tsa makgowa."
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