Zozibini Tunzi , Image: Instagram Zozibini Tunzi has praised a young model who aspires to follow in her footsteps in modelling.
Zozi admired the young girl’s confidence and talent after a video of her strutting her stuff went viral recently.
In a Tweet to her more than 400 000 followers over the weekend, Zozi s aid, "That sarong throw! That walk! That hair! That skin! That smile! That confidence! Who is this Queen that's coming for my everything?"
That sarong throw! That walk! That hair! That skin! That smile! That confidence! Who is this Queen that's coming for my everything?😭😍😍😍❤🔥🔥 https://t.co/0F8SnK23k6— Zozibini Tunzi (@zozitunzi) April 4, 2020
Soon after Zozi’s post, the young girl was identified as Sinelizwi Maseti from the Eastern Cape. The young girl is Zozibini's big fan and was even among people who met 'uMamtola' at the airport when she visited her home recently.
😂😂 nguSinelizwi Maseti from Maclear. She’s your biggest fan, she was at the airport eMthatha ngoku wawufika ❤️ babygirl loves doing what she’s doing.— Nasiphi Funani (@ZiziFunani) April 4, 2020
Another Twitter user became a good Samaritan and offered the 9-year-old girl a dress she could use for auditions.
Sinazo Majambe, a freelance designer, offered aspiring beauty queen a dress she could use for auditions.
The walk 😍. Can I sponsor her dresses when she needs to go for auditions, shoots etc ❤️— Imani (@IsnazzOf) April 4, 2020
The Twitter user who had posted the video was blown away, writing; "Omg that would be wonderful, I will sure follow you and update you about what happens from now onwards, thank you".
Omg that would be wonderful, I will sure follow you and update you about what happens from now onwards, thank you 🙏— Nasiphi Funani (@ZiziFunani) April 5, 2020
Other social media users were also quick to support the young girl and heap praise on Zozi.
Gama lam. OoSinelizwi bahle futhi banale confidence enomtsalane— Sine (@SineNkwali) April 5, 2020
Now that you have identified her passion , invest in it. White kids flourish not because they white but because their parents invest in their talents from a young age. Make Sinelizwi's dream come a possibility. The way I always pay attention to my sons day to day habits ungahlek— Esethu Yamkela Juqu (@EsethuYummyJ) April 5, 2020