Actress Linda Mtoba launches baby clothes line
South African actress Linda Mtoba joins Mzansi celebrity list with their own clothing line as she announces the launch of a baby clothing line.
Speaking to her Instagram account, the star shared the good news and accompanied it with adorable photos of herself and her cute baby girl wearing some of the clothes from their collection.
“I would like to introduce you to @ bean.wear. I started BeanWear after my Beanie Pie. I have often found it difficult to find comfortable, matching sets for her to play in and out. I wanted clothes that didn’t restrict movement and that were gentle on our babies’ skin and to avoid the hassle of “what are you going to wear today.” BeanWear is for EveryBean, it’s unisex We’re officially launching today, I can’t wait to see you all in your BeanWear, ”she announced.
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In other news, actress Candice Modiselle used her Instagram account to address issues faced by people in the entertainment industry, especially in the film and television industry.
In a live Instagram video, the Jiva actress begged the audience to be a little nicer to the actors as they go through a lot.
She said the video was meant to address some of the pressing issues in the film industry that she felt needed to be talked about.
“I want to talk about how actors go bankrupt, things like that. How do actors not get the support they deserve? How do storytellers and writers go bankrupt? She said starting her video.
Candice said the entertainment industry hasn’t gotten the support it needs. She also said that people do not support South African films but always criticize them.
Candice said the conversation she had was sparked by what she saw on Twitter. She said she was confused after seeing comments from people tweeted by her Jiva! co-starring, Sne Mbatha.
“She posted a video of our show, excited, for all reasons. But what attracted me was not the initial tweet she posted. I came across the quoted tweet which had generated a lot of engagement. And then I read the rest of the quoted tweets and was amazed, ”Candice said.
“I was just shocked at the lack of respect people have for artists in South Africa and for a young artist celebrating a breakthrough for herself. How people are able to take advantage of someone’s defining moment. one and to ridicule everything in the name of criticism of South African work.
Candice said she realizes people don’t know how to engage properly.
“We, as the South African public, don’t know how to engage – criticism versus hate. If only you knew the lengths and breaths and depths of insecurity and general struggles artists go through just to break through, get picked, get a job, get booked and work, ”Candice said.
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