Khanyi Mbau Blows Up The Internet with Photo Of Her PUNANI – (SEE PICTURE)

Khanyi Mbau had social media going crazy after she shared an almost nude snap of herself on her social media pages.


It's not the first time she has shown the world her not so private privates, she broke the internet with her completely nude pic that went viral on Instagram and had fans into a frenzy.
Khanyisile Mbau (born October 15, 1985), known professionally as Khanyi Mbau
Khanyisile Mbau (born October 15, 1985), known professionally as Khanyi Mbau

Moisturise, Hydrate, Rest, Repeat she captioned the picture.

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About Khanyi Mbau:

Khanyisile Mbau (born October 15, 1985), known professionally as Khanyi Mbau, is a South African actress, television host and artist. Raised in Soweto, Mbau rose to widespread prominence and became a household name as the second Doobsie in the SABC 2 soap opera Muvhango (2004-2005); as Mbali in the SABC 1 soap opera Mzansi and SABC 1's mini-series After Nine. As of 2018, she is the host of the SABC 3 entertainment show The Scoop, The Big Secret on BET Africa and plays Tshidi on Mzansi Magic's Abomama.

Early life

Khanyisile Mbau was born at Florence Nightingale Hospital in Hillbrow, Johannesburg on the evening of October 15, 1985. Her mother, Lynette Sisi Mbau, worked 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 leaving her grandmother virtually raising her. She attended at Bedfordview high school.
Khanyisile Mbau (born October 15, 1985), known professionally as Khanyi Mbau
Khanyisile Mbau (born October 15, 1985), known professionally as Khanyi Mbau

Mbau's grandparents were very Western in the way they dressed and saw the world. Mbau said, "Gladys (her grandmother) would cane 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.


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