- Babalwa Mneno took to Twitter to share her own hot take on the Nkandla tea party that happened last Friday
- Barbz posted a picture of herself sitting pretty, wearing a cute dress with a dainty cup of tea in her hands
- Mzansi social media users took to the comments section with quite a few liking the caption of her picture
Mzansi has been buzzing ever since former president Jacob Zuma and Julius Malema met up for a cup of tea. Mzansi model and television personality Babalwa Mneno took the opportunity to show off her own tea party.
EFF spokesperson Vuyani Pambo made waves on social media when he said that the tea they had at Nkandla was "hot, sweet and black".
Taking to social media, Babalwa posted a picture of herself sipping some tea. She was wearing a yellow-striped dress and pumps. She captioned the post:
"The tea was hot, sweet and black."
Babalwa, also known as "Barbilicious" has been keeping a low profile lately but she's still very active on her social media accounts. Fans loved the snap of Barbz showing off her sophisticated side.
Mzansi social media users took to the comments section to comment on their thoughts about the #NkandlaTea teaser picture. Take a look at some of the reactions from some of them below:
"Iyo the way I love you though and you're looking as gorgeous as ever."
"Can we at least get Commissar Vuyani Pambo to confirm this so that we know it's real."
"Yho, these tea meetings are a trend now."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi rapper AKA showed off his super curly and bouncy hair. Mzansi rapper AKA has been growing his afro for a while now and he's showing off his progress.
The rapper took to social media to show how much his hair has grown over the last few months. AKA captioned the snap and added crown emojis at the end:
"Heavy is the crown."
AKA usually used to keep his hair short but over the last year or so, he decided to let his mane grow some more. He's even been sporting some cool hairstyles, like ponytails.
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Source: Briefly News