Minni Dlamini-Jones is one of those celebrities who hardly post on social media but whenever she does – it is memorable.
More recently, she partnered with Brooklyn Winter to create content in honour of Beyonce’s 40th birthday. They recreated her famous Bootylicious look and safe to say that they nailed it. She shared the images on Instagram and the responses have been positive.
This morning she shared a new snap, wishing her followers a bootylicious day. To say that her picture broke the internet would be an understatement.
“Do you want to be on TV? Grow your social media following? Flex your presenting skills, all while watching your favourite music videos from around the world? Now you can with Own The O,” she said in the trailer for the video. Minnie also encouraged her followers to take part by posting their videos under the hashtag #OwnTheO.
Since she entered her thirties, we’ve been seeing less of Mrs Jones in front of the camera. She has been sharpening her skills behind the camera. A couple of weeks back she revealed that she is a storyteller. She feels blessed to be able to express her passion on multiple mediums.
“If someone had to ask me who I am, I am a storyteller. It’s what I love most about life and how my ancestors passed on our history and lessons that the next generation needs to learn. I am so blessed that I get to express this passion of mine in multiple mediums.” She adds.
The story she had been working on has aired on Kyknet TV on Dstv.
“Here is one of my hidden (not anymore) talents. I created a beautiful story about love that transcends racial prejudice. I got to work with my genius brother Junkie Flo who with a talented team of writers brought our story to life in the Kyknet TV movie called PA.”
She wants to break the mould and does not want to be placed under any category.
In other news – Babes Wodumo speaks out after her viral video screaming for help
Babes Wodumo has taken to her social media to make it clear that she is not in danger. This is coming following a video of her screaming and pleading for help whilst the South African Police Services (SAPS) tried to intervene.
The video was first shared by a tweep who then took it down after it gained traction. It shows a very disturbed Babes Wodumo screaming for help in the presence of the police. Learn more