Mzansi fitness bunny, influencer, and media personality Sbahle Mpisane is celebrating her birthday today. Taking to Instagram earlier today, the 30-year-old shared photos from the extremely risqué photoshoot she took just for the special occasion. In the photos, Sbahle is wearing a sheer lace onesie with nothing underneath.
While many of her industry friends headed to the comment section, a number of social media user slammed her for posing half-n@ked “just for likes.”
Over the last few weeks, South African actress Pearl Thusi stayed at the top of Twitter trends after she wore a completely sheer outfit to musician Murdah Bongz’s birthday party.
Many social media users took issue with the star showing her breasts to the world and made this clear in hundreds of posts online.
This hasn’t stopped the stepdaughter of Mzansi millionaire businesswoman Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mpisane, from heading online to share similar photos of herself half-n@ked.
Sbahle who is celebrating her 30th birthday today, shared snaps of herself in a sheer lace onesie with only her private part covered.
“Blessed to celebrate another year,” she captioned the photo shoot.
The post was seemingly well received by her industry friends who shared a ton of compliments. Stars like Boity Thulo, Mihlali Ndamase and Vanessa Madolo all wished her a happy birthday while gushing over her hot body.
Other social media users on the other hand were not as kind and wasted no time telling Sbahle how “inappropriate” the photos are.
“Sbahle you are old though, theBreasts speak volumes too so stop this thing and raise some kids tu. Kids should be doing this not adults,” wrote one person.
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