Zozibini Tunzi Stuns The Internet with Beyoncé Cover [Video]

We all know that Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi has an incredible singing voice - but her latest cover of Beyoncé's Runnin' will blow you away.


"It's been a while since I did one of these," she captioned a video of herself belting out the power ballad, and wow.

"Omgosh, losing my mind here," former Miss South Africa Tamaryn Green replied in the comments section of the post.

Not only did Zozibini catch the attention of South Africans but she also received a shout-out from Bozoma Saint John and Miss America 2019 Nia Franklin.

We all know that Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi has an incredible singing voice - but her latest cover of Beyoncé's Runnin' will blow you away.

"It's been a while since I did one of these," she captioned a video of herself belting out the power ballad, and wow.
Zozibini Tunzi Stuns The Internet with Beyoncé Cover [Video]
Zozibini Tunzi Stuns The Internet with Beyoncé Cover [Video]

"Omgosh, losing my mind here," former Miss South Africa Tamaryn Green replied in the comments section of the post.

Other celebrities to praise Zozibini for the rendition include Thando Thabethe, Tansey Coetzee, Leandie du Randt and Elana Afrika.

Not only did Zozibini catch the attention of South Africans but she also received a shout-out from Bozoma Saint John and Miss America 2019 Nia Franklin.

Zozibini previously spoke to Channel24 about how she admires Bozama saying: "She is such a force, such power and incredible black woman who speaks about entering the corporate world and doing things that were never imagined for a black woman from Africa. She is just so confident, and such a bad-ass in every way and I love that about her."

Talk about a full-circle moment, right?

Zozibini isn't the only Miss South Africa winner with impressive singing talents. Reigning Miss South Africa Shudufhadzo Musida impressed TV viewers when she delivered an impromptu performance on Afternoon Express. (Watch that here)

In a previous interview with Channel24, Zozibini spoke about her love for music, saying: "During a time of crisis, we've seen music connect people from all over the world, and social media had played a big part in spreading the joy - as we've seen with the Jerusalema challenge." 


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