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Wendy Mbatha flaunts her new car – VIDEO

Mbatha siblings are making it big in the entertainment industry and not one is being left behind as the talent truly runs in the family.

Wendy Mbatha is equally making it in the entertainment sector and has managed to rack in a lot of coins while doing it. She lives like a superstar and even spends her hard-earned money like one.

Today Wendy took to her Instagram page to share saucy pictures if herself standing beside an expensive car. The actress showed off a new black Audi car that cost a lot of money in the South African market. In her post, she stated that she calls the car Beastikazi which means a female beast in English.

Wendy Mbatha

This new car has added to her collection of cars that she owns including another Audi that is white in colour. The Mbatha family is well known for being big fans of the Audi automobile brand as all of them own those cars.

This may be because Nomzamo Mbatha is a brand ambassador of the prestigious brand and they are supporting her.

Watch the new car:

Her post is very vague about whether she bought the car or not as she does not say anything more. However, the people in her comment section have been congratulating the entertainer on her new ride. Fellow celebrities also took to her comment section to celebrate their fellow industry co-worker’s new wheels and tell her they are proud of her.

Wendy has been in the industry for years now and she has her hand in many aspects of the entertainment industry.

She is an actress best known for her role-playing the Nigerian prostitute in District 9 which made her a household name. She also is a businesswoman who owns a skincare company called NCC and also does modelling on the side.

Source: News365.co.za

In other news – Connie Ferguson’s R5 million car leaves Mzansi speechless – WATCH

Mzansi actress and producer Constance Connie Ferguson is one of the country’s most decorated stars. She was born on June 10, 1970. She is popular for playing Karabo Moroka in South Africa’s most popular soapie Generations between 1994 and 2010.

Connie Ferguson

She returned to the show in 2014 when they were rebranding to Generations: The Legacy. Connie Ferguson (the Masilo) married fellow actor Neo Matsunyane in 1993. Whom she shares a daughter. They divorced in 1998, after five years of marriage. Learn More

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