Khanyi Mbau’s Tatoo Breaks The Internet
After posting a picture in bed, spotting a white bodysuit, reality TV star Khanyi Mbau has Mzansi speechless. The reason why the picture is so interesting is the tattoo that is peeking out of the bodysuit.
— KHANYI MBAU (@MbauReloaded) January 9, 2021
As usual tweeps coudn’t deal with it.
Tattoo Artists are lucky shame 😢
Imagen getting paid just to get near the fruit of life 🍑 pic.twitter.com/hqXXp3rK7v
— The Joker 💯🇿🇦 (@TN_Maine99) January 9, 2021
Zoom gang arriving pic.twitter.com/QjoS1IohdT
— Mufu Oto Levha (@_MufuOlevha) January 9, 2021
According to Zalebs, Khanyi Mbau has also broken her silence with regards to the current liquor ban in South Africa.
President Cyril Ramaphosa recently announced that the country will be moving to alert level 3 of lockdown to ease the burden in hospitals caused by trauma cases due to reckless alcohol consumption.
In a video she posted on her Twitter account, Khanyi Mbau started by commending Mzansi for adhering to the alert level 3 lockdown regulations. This follows after Chris Baragwanath hospital reported zero new trauma patients on new year’s eve.
Khanyi who recently ventured into the alcohol industry by launching her own gin I Am Khanyi, expressed how she feels about the government imposing a ban on the sale of alcohol again.
The actress questioned whether hospitals reported zero trauma cases because there was a strict curfew implemented which had many people indoors and said she is raising this topic because she is also in the alcohol industry and many people who work in this industry will be affected by the ban this January.
“Was it because law enforcement was out, there was a strict curfew and there were no parties allowed because I doubt that when the president banned the alcohol it made the alcohol disappear. People had alcohol in their homes. The reason why I am raising this is because it is January, schools are about to open there are families and people that work in the liquor industry that cannot go back to work, earn a living and support their families and make sure that their children go back to school,” Mbau said.
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