- Boity Thulo thinks that she should get married to Maps Maponyane because Black Twitter Dlozis stan their relationship
- Boity said that she would look for an altar so that she and Maps could finally tie the knot
- The rapper has been single for quite a while now, perhaps it's time for her to give it a try
Mzansi rapper and media personality Boity Thulo has decided to shoot her shot in marriage to Maps Maponyane. According to Boity, the Black Twitter Dlozi gang (ancestral gang) think that Maps will be the best husband for her.
"According to the Black Twitter Dlozis, it seems we should be getting married one of these days. @MapsMaponyane, I'll find an altar in the meantime."
Boity and Maps stirred dating rumours sometime last year but the pair never confirmed that they were in a relationship. Social media users went crazy when Boity made her suggestion.
Some fans have been stanning the pair for a while, hoping that they would one day work up the courage to finally give it a go.
Boity has been single for quite a while now and she's made it known on social media that she isn't going to settle for anything less than what she deserves. Perhaps Maps is just what she is looking for.
Maps seems like the perfect candidate to be Boity's husband. He's an actor, presenter, model, fashion designer and he owns his own restaurant chain, "Buns Out". Boity has said before that she wants her kids to have generational wealth.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Boity and Maps showed Mzansi what couple goals really look like. Boity Thulo and Maps Maponyane are a textbook example of "it's complicated" when it comes to relationships but they never fail to disappoint when setting new couple goals.
Their social media posts regularly stun their fans and this latest one is no different. The couple celebrated World Champagne Day with some bubbly on a rooftop with some of her friends.
As the face of Moët & Chandon Champagne, we can guess what they were drinking. The last time the couple set goals was when they were kitted out in nautical-themed clothes.
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