We’re days away from Jozi pride which takes place on 26 October 2019 in Sandton City. And to commemorate the special occasion, we’re celebrating 6 LGBTQ celebrity couples who are hopelessly in love and living their best lives!
Together, they’re raising awareness that being in a same-sex relationship is perfectly acceptable and totally worthy.
Love is love!
The gorgeous couple recently announced their engagement on social media, and we couldn’t be any happier!
We love how they balance each other out and bring out the best in each other. Their families are equally supportive – which is a must for any relationship!
Here’s to a life filled with love & adventure
The Funani artist and her French bae have been together for 8 years!
Toya dedicated a sweet post to her lady love on Wednesday.
She wrote; “This human makes me feel so good…I’m a Zulu girl from Mahlabathini, she is from the south of France, meeting in Johannesburg South Africa. Yet here we are 8 years later still smitten. Merci mon amour”
The former Uzalo actor and his bae Mercutio Buthelezi are #couplegoals when it comes to the gram.
The dazzling duo love to post up a storm in striking poses and cute selfies
Sade and her long-term partner Chane are living abroad and are blissfully in love
The former Yo-TV presenter relocated to the UK a few years ago and is an active member of the LGBTQ community.
Don’t they make a stunning couple?
The former OPW host had her own ‘perfect wedding’ moment when she wed her partner Zandile Shezi last month in a beautiful traditional ceremony
Nomsa has been open about being in a same-sex relationship has changed her life for the better.
She previously told The Sowetan; “In this relationship, we can be ourselves and show love to each other however we want. We hold hands in public, we kiss and we don’t have to be apologetic about it,” she said.
Somizi & Mohale
Haters said they wouldn’t last, but look at them now!
Although they have to shut down relationship critics on a daily basis, newlyweds Somizi & Mohale are more in love than ever!
Their wedding day was proof enough that love – irrespective of sexual orientation – can bring; us all together in perfect harmony.
In other news – Mpho Letsholonyane said she did not mean to offend anyone on Twitter
Sports personality Mpho Letsholonyane has issued a public apology after getting major backlash for sharing a cartoon, which implied that Jesus “would rather commit suicide than be Shangaan.” The cartoon was shared by Mpho on Twitter and sparked outrage among Shangaan people.
In it, a cartoon character called Jesus is told by a doctor that DNA tests have proven that he is not the son of God but a Shangaan. continue reading