TV and radio presenter, dancer, model and now entrepreneur Ntando Duma has came out to let us know that she will soon launch her own lingerie line.
Following in the means of Queen B’s Distraction by Bonang, Ntando disclosed to that her line will be launched on the 28th of June this year.
The line will be named after her little girl, Lisa.
“I’ve got a lingerie line that I’m launching, I’m planning on releasing it on my daughter’s birthday cause it’s named after her, It’s called ‘Love Lisa’, that’s her second name, Lisa Khanya,” Ntando told the publication.
“I was really inspired by a whole lot of things like the importance of understanding that as a woman you need to wear the same matching bra and an underwear because it’s very important for you and your partner, I’m really excited about that, I might even launch a clothing line,” she continued.
Ntando went on to share that she is enjoying motherhood and learning so much from just being a mom.
“This is like the best thing that has ever happened to me last year, it’s such a beautiful feeling to be a mom, but I, also do not feel like a mom I think I’m such a cool mom, in a way that I can’t feel it…I feel like my baby is my newest best friend, she is such a smart kid, we watch TV together and I get to learn new things through being a mom, I feel more responsible cause I’m a mom now…there are certain things that I can’t do anymore because I’m a mom. I’m maturing now, I’m very grown now and I love it…it’s been such an incredible journey.”
Again in a publication Ntando revealed that she was excited about her show as it allowed her to fully bring out her personality.
“I love MTV and the brand, it’s a very cool brand and when they called me to come and present the show I couldn’t think twice because it’s such an incredible brand, it resonates with my personality…you will know exactly what Gqom is, who originated it, as we’ll be speaking to young Gqom producers, young Gqom DJ’s, young Gqom dancers as well to help tell us what Gqom is…”
The media personality went on to add that she is excited to be playing a part of the Gqom movement and helping other people understand the sound.
“…people don’t understand the sound, it’s very raw and very rare, now that it’s very fresh, it’s time for people to be a part of it, fully and now that people understand the authenticity of the sound, we can safely say that Gqom is the future, it truly is…”