- Gqom and Amapiano artist Busiswa recently showed off new visuals for her music video for the song Makazi
- The Mzansi vocalist flaunted a very 'rich aunty' look in the video of the popular song
- South African social media users complimented her of now beautiful she looked for the shoot
Busiswa has been hard at work in the last few months, working on and releasing new music as an independent artist.
The gqom vocalist recently filmed the visuals to her song Makazi and totally rocked the ‘rich aunty’ aesthetic. The term 'rich aunty' was coined on social media and refers to an older wealthy lady with no kids.
This type of woman enjoys the finer things in life and, of course, has a fat wallet.
Taking to social media, Busiswa shared pictures from the shoot along with the caption:
“Rich Aunties stay smiling & keep it moving. #Makazi the video out on YouTube now!!”
“Ndicela ubangu Ben 10 wakho” (Can I please be your Ben 10)
“Wamuhle mama” (you are so pretty mama)
“Iyooooh is that you WoooW amazing Body stuff myBu”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that musician Busiswa recently took to social media to complain about how robbers cloned her car number plates and have been using them to commit petty crimes 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 personal 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. An India man's car was cloned and he had to go to the 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 once again.”
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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 account posted a picture of law enforcement figures removing an ad which was placed on a street pole illegally. Their caption read:
“Remove that illegal advert. Community members are more than welcome to remove illegal adverts. #JoburgBylaws”
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