- Prince Kaybee's girlfriend Zola Mhlongo has bagged a new presenting gig
- Zola announced on Friday that she's the new presenter for a new SABC 1 show, Shayiround
- The stunner also revealed that she has resigned from Gagasi FM after some time spent entertaining people on the airwaves
Prince Kaybee's bae, Zola Ayabulela Mhlongo, has bagged a new gig. The stunner took to social media on Friday, 12 March to announce that she's the new presenter for a new SABC 1 travel show called Shayiround.
The excited media personality took to Twitter to share her good news with her followers. The star wrote:
"So l can finally announce it... I GOT THE JOB!!! I'm the the presenter for a new travel show called Shayiround on @Official_SABC1."
Zola also took to Instagram to share that she has resigned from Gagasi FM. She had been with the KZN-based radio station for five years.
Zola's fans took to her comment section on Twitter to congratulate her. Check out some of their comments below:
"Congratulations beautiful. You're so talented and it only made sense for them to choose you!"
"Congratulations Angel. I'm so proud of your journey."
"This is beautiful Zola! Can't wait to see you on the screen doing the most! Looking forward!"
"Congratulations girl... I am happy for you."
The award-winning music producer shared that he was going to hang the cool portrait of his radio presenter girlfriend in his living room's wall. Kaybee and Zola usually show off their love on social media.
This was just another way the Hosh hitmaker was showing the love he has for his bae. Kaybee captioned his Instagram post:
"Let me just put you on my wall so that I can still see your face when you're not around."
The artist's excited fans took to his comment section to share their thoughts on his post. Most of them love the way he treats his bae. Instagram user masebotsan said:
"This one is definitely gonna end in BLESSINGS!!!!"
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Source: Briefly News