- Ntando Duma took to social media to share that she's rocking a new bob weave and loving it
- The actress's fans loved the look and showered her with lovely compliments about the style change
- Ntando doesn't always rock wigs but when she does, she serves major 'soft life' goals
The Queen actress Ntando Duma is rocking a new look and is slaying. The actress took to social media to show her fans that she's been rocking a sexy bob weave and she is loving it. The stunner captioned the post:
"Ke kentse wig, bathong lona (I'm wearing a wig, wow you guys)."
Ntando is smiling in the snaps and is rocking a pair of shades to match her wig. She was also wearing a pair of orange pants and a white tank top, a serious style statement.
Ntando usually doesn't wear wigs and usually wears her hair natural. If it's not in its natural state, she will just wear her hair in braids. This time she went for something different and the fans are totally loving it.
Social media users reacted to Ntando's post online and showered her with compliments. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
"I have truly grown to admire and respect you cause you do the things that need to be done."
"Duma from The Queen Mzansi magic you are always beautiful."
"This makes me feel like saying beautiful in Afrikaans."
"But it looks good on you and it suits you."
Check out the post below:
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ntando Duma showed off a stunning new Porsche. Ntando Duma took to social media recently to show off a stunning new Porsche.
The stunner took to her IGTV on Instagram on Wednesday, 3 February and showed off the red beast she was driving while on her way to the gym.
Ntando hilariously told her followers that she was even scared of coming out of the luxurious vehicle because people were looking at her some kind of way at the spot where she had parked.
The star also expressed that she was even hesitant to start the car because she did not want people to think she was flexing. She shared that the car had attracted a lot of attention from passersby.
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