- Kuli Roberts posted a picture of herself looking rather skinny and her fans were concerned for her
- The media personality shared a picture of herself enjoying some fun in the sun in her swimsuit
- A few social media users slammed the Mzansi peeps who were speculating that something is wrong with Kuli
When someone loses a noticeable amount of weight, people start to notice. This was also the case for media personality Kuli Roberts who has lost a number of kilos and now Mzansi is wondering why this is.
Kuli posted a picture of herself wearing a swimsuit. She was showing off her body and her legs just like a number of other people do when they are unwinding from the pressures of life.
Kuli's picture received a number of comments from people in Mzansi, they were wondering why the actress had lost so much weight.
A few people were speculating that it might be because she's going through a huge amount of stress or that she might be ill. Other social media users found comments from others very insensitive.
zama_kumkanekazi said: "Whatever you're going through, may you heal sister."
dzidzilicious commented: "Maybe she is crying out for help. No there's something wrong ku sisi Kuli guys."
mswendza_h said: "Guys please stop body shaming. Kuli you are amazing."
_its_sizwechief commented: "The amount of body shaming here is disappointing. Black people on black people."
morgan_tlb_ said: "We love you sister but you don't look okay at all."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi celebrities reacted to the death of Wandi 'DJ1D' Nzimande. Mzansi has lost another one of its stars as it was announced that Wandi 'DJ1D' Nzimande has passed away.
Nzimande was a resident DJ at Kaya FM and the co-founded the streetwear brand Loxion Kulca. The radio station released a statement that confirmed the sad news.
The DJ and businessman's death marks yet another loss for those in the entertainment industry community and celebrities took to social media to share their reactions.
Ncebakazi Manzi, the acting programming manager at Kaya FM, was reported by Zalebs.com as saying:
“Wandi was a friend and brother to so many staff members."
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