Minnie Dlamini’s Saucy Picture Sparks Surgery Rumours: “It’s All in the Belly Button”

Minnie Dlamini’s Saucy Picture Sparks Surgery Rumours: “It’s All in the Belly Button”

  • Minnie Dlamini's viral swimsuit picture sparked plastic surgery rumours, especially regarding her belly button's appearance
  • Social media users commented on her physique, questioning her body changes and suggesting she had undergone cosmetic procedures
  • The controversy ignited discussions about South African celebrities' increasing openness or secrecy about their plastic surgery journeys
  • Briefly News spoke to fitness instructor Mothusi Maepa who explained that it is possible to lose belly fat through workout

Minnie Dlamini's viral picture has caused a buzz on social media. The star set timelines on fire with a picture wearing an animal print two-piece swimsuit, but fans were more invested in her body changes.

Minnie Dlamini sparks surgery rumours
Minnie Dlamini’s latest picture has convinced fans that she had plastic surgery. Image: @minniedlamini
Source: Instagram

Minnie Dlamini allegedly had surgery

South African celebrities are joining in the plastic surgery trend. Many have opened up about their journeys on social media, while others leave fans to speculate but never address the rumours.

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Minnie Dlamini recently had fans thinking she went under the knife when her latest picture went viral on social media. Controversial entertainment blogger Musa Khawula shared a snap of The Honeymoon star rocking a swimsuit. Social media users concluded that Minnie had a tummy tuck.

Briefly News spoke to Mothusi Maepa, the founder of the Fitness Corner and Certified Personal Trainer at Loftus VA who explained that a person can lose belly fat without surgery if they are consistent in the gym. He said:

"One just needs to have good nutrition and be very consistent. Track down your calories and be on a calorie deficit if you want to lose belly fat. Just do your normal training but your protein intake is also as important. Consistency in the gym is also important. Doing core conditioning exercises like dolphin planks, crunches, and sit-ups. If you don't track down your calories, the exercises are not going to be effective. In a nutshell, consistency and calorie trackdown is important."

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Fans speculate that Minnie Dlamini had surgery

Minnie Dlamini's hot picture set tongues wagging online. Social media users said the star's belly button looked different, hence the surgery comments.

@like_confettii said:

"A manufactured mid-section that God knows nothing about will always show…it’s all in the belly button."

@djibouti_ms added:

"Her belly button is too long evidence of a tummy tuck "

@senamieyngubeni wrote:

"Tummy tucks have a scar that goes all the way to your back . It’s very hard to miss."

@MrsAnieN added:

"She left her husband thinking men will line up for her. sadly she ranked herself so high up in the market."

@VuyelwaDeSousa commented:

"What’s happening with her belly button?"

@tee_Ceecee commented:

"The doctor who did her body must get arrested."

@Nkwe_ noted:

"She must leave this half-nakedness to under 25 year gals. She is old & there is no coming back."

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In more entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Mihlali Ndamase's body is back in the spotlight after she shared a recent video. The content creator's fans dug up an old photo of the star, sparking a debate about the surgeries she has done.

Social media users are still convinced that Mihlali Ndamase is among the few celebrities who have gone under the knife to achieve the perfect body shape.

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Source: Briefly News

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Privie Kandi (Entertainment Editor) Privilege Kandi is an entertainment news editor (joined Briefly in 2022). A Journalism and Mass Communication graduate from the Christian College of Southern Africa (2016), she has been in the arts and entertainment industry for six years. Privie has worked for the Zimbabwe International Film and Festival Trust as a communications officer and a writer and TV producer for lifestyle and entertainment channel CME TV. She passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at privie.kandi@briefly.co.za.