video: Cici puts Boity in her place


video: Cici puts Boity in her place

Last week, our fave Boity Thulo shared a video of herself dancing to the viral song Zlele with her people hyping her up. Now, recently Cici also took part in the challenge.

Check out Boity’s one below and let us know which one slaps the most most.

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Off the back of launching her already successful perfume with Halo Heritage called Boity Pink Sapphire. A perfume that last time we checked was flying off the website, despite the price tag and what we will only be referred to as “roach gate” because the less said about that little hiccup the better. It seems that like most occurrences on social media, the matter has been long-since forgiven and we have officially moved on.

Boity is proving that as much as she is a formidable businesswoman, something that she also is a booked and busy rapper. Fresh off the back of the easing of lockdown restrictions in South Africa, the queen already has a performance line-up gig as long as some of our DJs wished they would have. Her latest post revealed that Boity has back-to-back performances the entire weekend. The hectic schedule means that by the time she rests her head on Monday, as she has previously stated that it is her official resting day, she will definitely be resting on Randelas.


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This weekend alone, Boity has been booked for four different live performances. The first is the “Buck Yard” performance on Saturday, 10 October 2020. The “Bakae” rapper is scheduled to share the stage with leading South African DJs like JazziDisciple’s Mr. JazziQ, DBNGOGO and Venom. Not only that, but the star heads off to Bloemfontein to shake another stage with her performance as part of the Major League DJz’ “Members Only” drive thru concert. And with a line-up that has the popular twins and master minds of “Major League Gardens” we can only guess how much of a jam that will be.

On Sunday, 11 October 2020, the performances do not stop. Her first performance is as part of the second annual “Rose Fest.” The now virtual concert is the brainchild of leading soulful, RnB songstress, Shekhinah. Boity joins an all-female line-up including Shekhinah and other celebrated female performers. To wrap up the weekend performances, Boity then takes the “Colorful Sunday” concert stage before calling it.

The achievement to have such a lineup of back to back performances is surprising considering that Boity has yet to release a body of work. Her success as a performer is built on the three lead singles, hit collaborations and the popularity she garnered as the star that has dabbled in acting, presenting and one of the original fitness influencers.