- @Bonzz04 had Twitter buzzing after she shared two absolutely stunning selfies
- Her selfies got the Twitter streets talking as peeps just did not believe that she is 48 years old
- SAns left some hilarious responses to @Bonzz04's age as they were not convinced at all
@Bonzz04 has wowed Mzansi with her youthful looks. The mother-of-two shared some breathtaking selfies where she looks no older than 30. South Africans were in absolute awe of her beauty.
According to @Bonzz04, she is 48 years old but SAns are not convinced. @Bonzz04's replies section on Twitter is currently packed with Saffas who just can't grasp that she is almost 50 years old. The stunner simply captioned her post:
"48-year-old mother of 2..."
Take a look at her tweet below:
Below are just a few of the shocked responses she received:
"No no you can't be 48 ngekhe, 30 at least."
"And you look this young, keep taking care of yourself."
"Jesuuuuu. You said 48?? Haiii you are 28 or 35... Not 48."
"You must visit Home Affairs to fix your ID. There must be a mistake there."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a beautiful young mom that stunned Mzansi with her youthful appearance. Norma Dayeli shocked Stayers after she took to Facebook's #ImStaying group to share a picture of herself and her son as well as a touching good-luck post with the young man, who was writing his matric exams.
"Mother and son moments. I had you before I had my matric certificate. I had you before I had me. While I raised you, you raised me. You knew me as soon as you saw me and fell in love with me when I spoke.
"I was only 17 and I've made some mistakes but you, my love are not one of them and I will never regret you... The world will treat us differently. They will say I am too young to be your mom.
"None of this is true, this is our journey it began in August 2001, no excuses, not ashamed and most importantly no looking back for us. We made life work because we worked hard at being a family. All the best with your matric final exams. #I'mStaying," she wrote.
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