- Refilwe Modiselle is officially an international cover girl and she is beaming with pride
- Announcing her very 1st international cover, Refilwe expressed what an absolute honour it is
- Fans let Refilwe know how stunning the cover is and that she is so deserving of the opportunity
Refilwe Modiselle is overflowing with pride and excitement. Sis managed to bag herself an international magazine cover and we could not be more proud of her.
When a South African celebrity manages to get anything that is on an international level, it is a huge deal. Refilwe has stared in international films and this is what has gotten her know all over the world.
Taking to social media, beaming with pride and oozing gratitude, Refilwe announced that she is on the front cover of Intelligent News, a UK based magazine.
Refilwe’s cover is a stunning black and white close up that captures all her class, inelegance and beauty – it is stunning!
“AN INTERNATIONAL. COVER GIRL . My very first magazine cover. What an honour ♀️ @intelligent_magazine cover story of the spring issue, which goes on sale, today in the UK newsstands, WHSmith and the online shop: https://i-m-magazine.com/shop/ Full story on IG ️✨”
Fans took to the comment section to congratulate Refilwe on her awesome cover.
“You know you are of Greatness when your Magazine cover debut is an international publication. Slightly disturbed by local media, you have done massive things, but we are Clearly Moving to The Top. Congratulations ‼️”
“This is Surely 1st of Many to come. Congratulations Mam❤”
“I've been waiting for this awesome news. congratulations ausi”
“Congratulations Fifi you deserve every great thing coming your way every achievement you truly deserve it you work damn hard all your way to the top Keep shining God bless you Abundantly.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that South African model and entertainer Refilwe Modiselle, aka "VanillaBlaq", does not want to be called an "albino". Refilwe often uses her platform to educate people on albinism and she's been laying down some more facts.
Refilwe constantly reminds people to not refer to others with albinism as "albinos". She clapped back at a Twitter user who asked her if there were any "albino" models in South Africa.
A few people took to the comments section to drop a few names of models who have albinism but Refilwe hit back and let people know that she's not about using the term "albino".
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