- Ayanda Thabethe spoke about her Covid-19 journey on Instagram and said that she lost weight because of it
- The television host said that she lost 5kg due to the virus but she is now in line with her body goals
- Social media users shared their own personal body goals for 2021 with Ayanda on Twitter
Mzansi television personality and actress Ayanda Thabethe has opened up about her journey with Covid-19. A number of Mzansi celebrities have spoken about how they dealt with the virus after testing positive and Ayanda has been added to the list.
On Instagram, Ayanda told her followers that she lost 5kg in the month of December after testing positive for Covid-19. Even though she was infected with the virus, Ayanda seems to be back on track health-wise.
Ayanda has gone back to the gym and spoke about her body goals for 2021. She shared that her personal trainer wants her to be curvy but she's happy with her weight. She is currently 55kg's and says that this is her ideal weight.
Taking to Twitter, Ayanda asked the timeline what their body goals were for this year:
"Lost 5kgs in December - some of it was muscle gained. Nonetheless, I’m at my ideal weight and so happy. Now, I just want to be healthy and toned. What are your body goals this year?"
A few social media users answered Ayanda and told her what they hope to achieve with their bodies in 2021:
@SimphiweDladla said: "The main thing for me is to have a six pack. It's showing already a bit, just the bottom belly stubborn fat. But running is helping me lose it slowly."
@phili_91989 commented: "To absolutely lose about 23kgs so I can finally have my chest reduction surgery."
@ZunguMthoko said: "Lockdown and laziness were heavy on my body last year. Just want to be back in my ultimate shape this year."
In other Covid-19 news, Briefly.co.za reported that Zola Hashati spoke about surviving his battle with Covid-19 twice. Television presenter and actor Zola Hashati has spoken out about his battle with Covid-19. Zola spoke to Unathi Nkayi on Kaya FM about his journey with the virus and how it has affected him. Zola has tested positive for the virus twice.
The first time was in July and the second time was in December 2020. A number of South Africans are still trying to understand how the virus works as there has been speculation that if you have been infected once, your body becomes immune.
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