Khanyi Mbau Naked Pictures Leaked


South Africa’s self-proclaimed ‘queen of bling’ and drama queen is at it again. After just a few months since her nude pictures were released to the media, more nude photos of the scarlet hit the internet and have been in high circulation on both twitter and Facebook.

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Khanyisile Mbau (born October 15, 1985) known professionally as Khanyi Mbau is a South African television host, actress and radio personality. Raised in Soweto, Mbau rose to widespread prominence and became a household name as the second Doobsie in the SABC2 soap opera Muvhango (2004-2005); as Mbali in the SABC1 soap opera Mzansi and SABC1’s mini-series After Nine. She was the host of Katch It With Khanyi which ended after its third season. She is now the host of The Weekend Edition on SABC 3 and Whose Show Is It Anyway on Metro FM.

Khanyisile Mbau was born at Florence Nightingale Hospital in Hillbrow in Johannesburg on the evening of October 15, 1985. Her mother, Lynette Sisi Mbau was a 25-year-old corporate climber working in the finance department of the pension fund at Barclays Bank. Mbau’s father Menzi Mcunu was not married to her mother at the time as the couple was only dating. Mcunu had no claim to the child but he named her nevertheless: Khanyisile, one who brings light. Mbau kept her mother’s surname. Lynette soon left baby Khanyi with her parents in Mofolo, Soweto and returned to work. Her grandmother would virtually raise her.

Mbau’s grandparents were very Western in the way they dressed and saw the world. Mbau said “Gladys (her grandmother) would can you if you broke the rules. She ran her household with the decorum and attention to detail of Buckingham Palace” Mbau lovingly referred to her as the “Queen of England” Mbau attended a white-only crèche called Flock on Eloff Street in downtown Johannesburg. The founder of the school had immigrated to South Africa from England and no hang-ups about racial mixing. Surrounded by blondes and brunettes with piercing blue eyes at her crèche, Mbau noticed there was something different about her.

In August 2012, Mbau released her biography “Bitch, Please! I’m Khanyi Mbau” written by the journalist Lesley Mofokeng. Late 2014, Mbau participated in SABC3’s season 7 of Strictly Come Dancing.


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