Natasha Thahane looking all ’50 shades of fine’ in lockdown pics

Natasha Thahane looking all ’50 shades of fine’ in lockdown pics

Natasha Thahane looking all ’50 shades of fine’ in lockdown pics

While there have not been numerous positive things standing out as truly newsworthy recently, we can say thanks to Natasha for a not many that have.

Mzansi has seen Natasha bloom in the past couple a very long time as her outstanding job in Netflix’s Blood and Water arrangement makes her famous. Beginning as a little screen entertainer with a job on Mzansi’s show pressed Skeem Saam, Natasha has developed by a wide margin in a short space of time.

Natasha is a bubbly young lady who carries on with each moment of her life to the fullest without any second thoughts. In contrast to most, Natasha’s lockdown has been truly intriguing and brave. Here are only a couple of snaps that show exactly how poppin’ Natasha’s lockdown has been – sister be looking 50 shades of fine, carrying on with her best life.

 

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#BloodAndWater on @netflix @netflixsa ❤️ @thabangmolaba_ @amaqamata @khosingema @arnogreeff

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Sunday. ❤️

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Friday ?.

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???

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FRIDAY ?

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Every time I look into your eyes, I see it ?

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Elsewhere in the world, Natasha Thahane didn’t get an incredible reaction she was seeking after when she posted a snap of herself on the arrangement of Blood and Water. Natasha and her co-star were in school garbs as they play youngsters in the up and coming Netflix anticipation show. A few peeps felt the women were too old to even think about having been thrown in the jobs of school-going teenagers.

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