Tebogo Thobejane finally reveals the truth about her snatched waistline

Tebogo Thobejane finally reveals the truth about her snatched waistline

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If you’re a name – and I’m not saying that I’m opting to be everyone’s model because I’m not perfect either – but you would like to a minimum of give people a sensible approach to life,” a fanatical Tebogo Thobejane said in an interview with Yaza recently.

Tebogo is an Afda graduate and an actress who recently scored a cameo on Muvhango. The 38-year-old mother of 1 and businesswoman is best referred to as an Instagram model and influencer for her hourglass-shaped se#y body and her sultry Instagram posts.

Unlike many of the ladies in her field of labor, Tebogo doesn’t associate the term slay queen – which most Instagram models are called – with negative connotations.

The se#y model doesn’t mind being labeled a slay queen but the one thing that creates her blood boil is that the “selling” of unrealistic expectations on the social media platforms, an act she thinks isn’t only unethical but downright dangerous for the youth.

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“Nobody is ideal and you can’t invest perfection. Sometimes you leave and you get drunk, sometimes you fall, sometimes you rise up , other times you fall in love… It’s this whole perception of creating the planet unrealistic that leaves children lost. These young girls stray and find yourself doing things that are unnecessary. Girls get sick while trying to secure a bag is really unrealistic. they need no actual idea of what a number of the women they appear up to truly need to do to possess what they need .

“It’s vital , to inform the reality – obviously I’m not saying lay your whole life out on social media – but a minimum of be realistic. If we don’t do this , we’ll be the rationale young girls get depressed and kill .”

Tebogo, who has been making money out of influencer gigs as early as a decade ago, got candid about the work that she’s had done on her body.

“I love my body and other people go as far as having cosmetic surgery to urge a body like mine but within the same breath, I don’t want to mislead people and say that I even have never had any work done (on my body). I even have touched on this before but I had liposuction after my baby was born.”

Tebogo explained that she gifted herself with the surgery as her 31st birthday gift.

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“I had excess skin after parturition and that i decided to try to to it as a present for what my body had achieved. It helped my confidence tons . i’m as human because the next woman and that i would never want anyone to think I carried a baby then snapped back to a snatched waist naturally when that wasn’t the case. I had a young mkhabanyane after my baby, as most girls do.”
“I really hate that other women are being made to feel bad about themselves by people because they don’t look a particular way.”
However, said she counts herself lucky because as far as her dream body goes, hers was mostly a God-given gift. that does not mean she ever wanted young girls following her to think less of themselves because they need body shapes that are different from hers.

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“I don’t want some young mom to hate her body because she thinks my waist came naturally after birth. i’m an enormous believer that albeit you’ve got something and you are feeling it are often enhanced, work on making it better if you would like to. It shouldn’t need to be an enormous secret, it’s not something we should always only whisper about… ‘like oh she had work done on her body!’ I despise the entire concept of individuals lying and saying, ‘Oh I’ve never had anything done on my body, this is often all-natural, I gym all the time…’ pshhh they have to prevent lying! i actually hate that other women are being made to feel bad about themselves by people because they don’t look a particular way, that on behalf of me may be a sort of bullying,” Tebogo said.

The actress has almost 400k followers, just on her Instagram, she’s certain social media is here to remain but is adamant about not wanting young girls to urge swallowed up by the unrealistic expectations it often breeds.