Actress Jessica has shown some love to Zenande after sharing some pregnancy tips on what she should do to feel comfortable during her pregnancy period.
Actress Zenande Mfenyana has been very open with her pregnancy, always keeping her 1 million twitter followers updated about her journey to motherhood including her swollen feet.
Mfenyana took to twitter to check on all the mothers out there who are also dealing with swollen feet in this cold weather. The actress stated that because of her feet she is putting comfort first but hates wearing flip flops asking if she should opt to wear slippers or buy bigger shoes when going out in public.
“So how are all the other mommies-to-be with balloon feet doing in this cold? I’m stepping out today and I’m dreading wearing my flip flops do you ladies wear your slippers in public? Or did you buy bigger shoes” Mfenyana said.
Jessica Nkosi being a mother to her adorable daughter Nami, responded to Mfenyana’s question telling her to enjoy the time of pregnancy and do what she wants because it’s all about her and her comfortability.
“Wear your slippers mama, it’s about you, you need to be comfortable,” Jessica said.
Wear your slippers mama ❤️ it’s about you, you need to be comfortable https://t.co/syvhPzpcth
— Jessica Nkosi (@JessicaNkosi) June 4, 2020
The two actresses will now become co-stars as Jessica Nkosi is one of the many recent additions to the Mzansi Magic hit soapie ‘The Queen” so this might be the start of another celeb BFF situation.
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Nandi Madida has always shown love for Africa through her clothing, themed photoshoots and ethics which is what we guess she was promoting in this photo but resulted in an epic fail according to Twitter.
Madida posted a picture on social media of herself showing her African activism proactivity by making the ‘Amandla’ fist in the air with her back toward the camera. She even captioned the image and posted follow up tweets, emphasizing what the picture should represent. continue reading