Friendship they say is a mutual affection between people who understands each other very well.
Well, friendship has different meaning as we have some friendship that all they do is to go out, slay, have fun, spend money and enjoy the good things of life and we have that friendship that deal with giving business advices, way forward to things, make money and become somebody to be remembered in future.
However, they say you can’t trust anyone in businesses most especially in the entertainment industry.
Let’s talk a look at few celebrities who are close and bestfriend.
Like the rest of us they have friends who are not industry friends, the ones they go to when they are a mess.
Check out these South African celebs and their real life best friends.
Pearl Thusi and DJ Zinhle have been friends for a while now and people are enjoying their vibes.
Although, there have been sepculations that the two are dating but they have come out severally to clear allegation stating they are just “Friends”.
Somizi and Vusi Nova’s friendship is all over the social media and the two are giving their fans that friendship goals.
Recently, Vusi was dragged out for hiding his true identity after a snap of him and Somizi went viral speculating they might be in a romantic relationship.
Somizi had to come out to slam such speculation stating they are just close friends and he is happy with his relationship with husband, Mohale Motaung.
The two are close friends and they are enjoying their friendship.
Cassper Nyovest and Carpomore
Cassper Nyovest and Carpomore are not ready to let anything break their friendship as they make sure they handle things maturely.
DJ Maphoriza and Kabza De Small clearly takes his friendship very seriously and they are ready to defend each other there and then.
Minnie Dlamini and Unathi are very good friends, and we are here for this organic relationship.
Theirs is not a typical celeb friendship, because they don’t always show it off for social media likes.
Instead they are always on the down low, but never miss the opportunity to be there for each other.
The more you understand yourself, the more silence there is, the healthier you are. —Maxime Lagacé