- Anele Mdoda forgot to pack her swimming costume when she took a trip to Zimbali recently
- The media personality ended up swimming in the ocean in her normal clothes, saying she was stressed
- Social media users commented on the post and a few thought that Anele could've just bought another swimsuit
Media personality Anele Mdoda is living her best life in Zimbali and the timeline is here for it. Anele took a trip to the beach but she forgot to take a swimming costume with her, resulting in her diving into the waters with her clothes on.
She took to Twitter to share that she forgot her costume at home and she's stressed. She wrote:
"I also forgot to pack my costume, so andina golf cart... andina chef... andina costume and andina crown of the Zulu queen. I'm stressed, you just can't see it. Hamba Zimbali."
Even though she was stressed, Anele was right, you can't even see it. She looks absolutely radiant as she enjoyed the waves of the ocean hitting her body.
"Your problems keep growing every day."
"Mara, was this trip planned nje. Seems like you just made an off-ramp and went with the flow. Enjoy."
"Haai man Anele you literally could've bought one in Ballito or Gateway."
Briefly News previously reported that Anele bragged about being world famous after Trevor Noah's Grammy shoutout. Trevor Noah has made it in Hollywood but that doesn't mean he forgot his friends back home.
The South African comedian hosted the Grammy Awards recently and he sent a shoutout to Anele Mdoda. Moments after Beyoncé made history by becoming the female artist with the most Grammy wins, Noah mentioned Anele. He said:
"Give it up for Beyonce. This is history. She did it Aneeeezy!"
Aneezy is Noah's nickname for Anele. The 947 Breakfast host made sure that those who missed the shout-out relived it. She posted a clip on her Twitter account and wrote:
"Also did you okes hear Trevor shout me out at the Grammys after Beyoncé’s speech?"
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