- Felicia Mabuza-Suttle is thinking about the past and shared her first magazine cover from 1972
- The former talk show host was on Drum magazine and reflected on how that helped her journey and career
- Mzansi social media users showered Felicia with compliments and told her that she's ageing gracefully
Mzansi talk show queen Felicia Mabuza Suttle has been reminiscing about the past and spoke about her first cover for a magazine. Felicia was featured on Drum magazine in 1972 and took to social media to share her experience.
The post was prompted by a phonecall she received from a friend of hers, who is a writer. She captioned her post:
"Just received a lovely message from @bonganimadondo. He said he is with the photographer who took my first ever cover pic for @DrumMagazine in 1972. He's a photojournalist, Mike Mzileni."
Felicia said that the cover with Drum was the beginning of her journey to pursue her dreams. She also made a joke about the magazine costing 10 cents back in the day.
The former talk show host also spoke about how different things were back then and there were no stylists or makeup artists.
"Hilarious, we had no stylists, makeup artists or hairstylists. You just pulled out whatever you had from your closet and posed," she said.
Social media users commented on Felicia's blast from the past. Check out the reactions below:
"Sis Fel, your posts are very inspirational and educational."
"Wow, Mama Felicia you were looking so gorgeous at this age and like fine you have become more gorgeous as you get a bit older."
"Your beauty is timeless."
Briefly News previously reported that Felicia Mabuza-Suttle showed love to Anele Mdoda's energy. Felicia Mabuza-Suttle took to social media recently to show support to Anele Mdoda.
Anele has been hosting a talk show called The Buzz on DStv Honey and fans have been loving her skills on the programme.
Recently, Anele discussed a controversial topic about borrowing money from family members on her show and this sparked a debate on the Twitter timeline. Felicia tweeted to Anele, showing her love for her aura.
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