- Khanyi Mbau got spoiled by her new boyfriend Kudzai Mushonga on Valentine's Day
- Kudzai went all out and got red roses, accompanied by a lady playing the violin
- Expensive champagne was also on the menu, leaving social media users impressed
Mzansi television personality and actress Khanyi Mbau recently became open about her new relationship with Kudzai Mushonga. Now, it really looks like it was worth it because Kudzai gave her Valentine's Day that she surely won't forget.
Khanyi took to social media to share a snippet of what took place for her on 14 February 2021. If the video is anything to go by, Kudzai is definitely not holding back on his love.
Kudzai spoiled Khanyi with Louis Vuitton goods, red roses and expensive champagne. There was a lovely lady in the room wearing a red dress, who was performing a song on the violin.
Khanyi was shocked, to say the least when she entered the room, a surprise she definitely didn't look like she was expecting.
Mzansi social media users were impressed with Kudzai for showing out on Valentine's Day. Take a look at some of the reactions to Khanyi's video:
"With the journey that Khanyi traveled it still brought her here, to greener pastures."
"I will always smile over Khanyi being happy because she's a human who cares about other humans."
"You are so deserving of all this and I am so happy for you."
In other Valentine's Day news, Briefly.co.za reported that Lerato Kganyago’s bae booked out the FNB stadium on the holiday. Love truly lives here. When it comes to Valentine's Day, lovers always expect to get beautiful gifts from their partners.
Media personality Lerato Kganyago got the Valentine's Day of her dreams when her boo Thami Ndlela went all out for her.
Thami did the most and booked out the FNB stadium to have the perfect evening with Lerato. They had a candlelit dinner and a live performance from none other than Zonke Dikana.
The scene was lovely and scattered with pink and red roses everywhere. The lighting was beautiful and it really seemed like it was the perfect evening.
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