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Boity can’t wait, wants R100 000 from her husband for brunch, and Maps Maponyane reacts

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Boity Thulo

They might be just good friends, but Boity jokes about her and Maps Maponyane being ‘Mzansi’s power couple.’

Boity and Maps have been marred with rumours suggesting that the two are dating. After numerous attempts of denying the rumours, they can’t seem to get Mzansi off their backs, and it is all their doing.

Boity Thulo

The Satane O Wele rapper took to Twitter to share her desire of marrying a rich man. “Can’t wait for my husband to leave R100K on my dressing table for brunch with the girls,” she tweeted.

Fueling fans speculations of them being an item, Maps commented with a meme suggesting that he has some work to do.

Boity jokingly fantasized on her reality show about her and Maps’ kids, adding fuel to the already blazing fire;

“He is single, I am assuming. I am single. Why don’t we just get married. We would look cute together. Our kids would be really pretty. We would be a power couple. No, I am joking,” she said.

The rapper had cleared the air about the extent of their friendship saying that they are just close friends and there is nothing more to it. They support each other and are both very grateful for each other.

Boity Thulo

On her reality show ‘Boity: Own Your Throne’ the awkward topic of ‘love’ was brought up and left the rapper uncomfortable.

“There is no vibes between me and Maps, we are homies. Geez! We are not cosy. We are friends. We are comfortable …” she clarified.

-ZAlebs

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Lorraine Moropa

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