- Mzansi media personality Busiswa recently took to social media to show off a new look
- The talented amapiano vocalist said that the new look was her alter ego named 'Lolita Burns'
- South African social media users loved the feisty and sexy energy channelled by Ms Lolita Burns
Beyoncé relies on her alter ego Sasha Fierce when she gets on stage and performs. It seems Busiswa has also taken a page from her book and has adopted her own alter ego named Lolita Burns.
Taking to Twitter, musician showed off her new look, which involves a long brown weave and a heavy face beat. She captioned her post:
“Meet Lolita Burns. She’s here for a good time, not a long time. HAPPY FRIDAY!!”
Social media users flooded her with compliments over her new look. Twitter user Kingseafeesow said:
“Looking beautiful queen but you unfollowed me, why...”
“Tell Lolita that Busani said she sho is fine!!!!”
“That suit looks bombshell on you honey.”
“Miss Lolita looks feisty and naughty, I like her.”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Busiswa recently took to social media to complain about how robbers cloned her car number plate and have been using it to commit petty crime around Joburg.
She blasted her tracking company for failing to provide her with a vehicle log so they could track the car’s activities.
The media personality shared her plight on her personally Twitter account. She posted:
“Being an adult in Joburg is a fvcken fvckshit sometimes.My blessed errand car’s number plate is cloned, the cloners are doing PETTY crimes with the fake plate(not even, like, movie-type moves)& now I must answer. Yhuuu. ANDIDIKWE. @CartrackZA thanks for nothing”
Social media users weighed in on her unfortunate plight. Twitter user Mthura4449 said:
“It happened to many people in jozi.... Other India man his car was cloned n he had to go to traffic department many times... Been asked lot of questions like you did crime.. Department they got lot of people doing crime... Government is silent about such issues.”
“Welcome to Jozi ones again”
Tap villa said:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Busiswa recently slammed the City Of Johannesburg official Twitter account after they shared a post about illegal adverts.
The account took to social media to encourage residents to remove illegal street ads.
The musician felt that it was not right as many were jobless during his ongoing pandemic. Many social media users were in her corner.
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