First 10 most followed South African celebrities on Instagram in 2020

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South African celebrities’ followers increase in 2020 despite the less activity caused by Coronavirus outbreak.

Some of your faves have the most followers based on engagements with their fans, yet, it It took them years to build such number of followers.

Here are 10 most followed Mzansi celebs in 2020:

1. TREVOR NOAH – 6.5 Million Followers

Trevor Noah is a South African born comedian with a big influence at the international level. So, the number of followers ain’t surprising, as they match the rate of international recognition bagged. Hence, most of his followers aren’t based in SA.

South African celebrities’ followers increase in 2020 despite the less activity caused by Coronavirus outbreak.

Some of your faves have the most followers based on engagements with their fans, yet, it It took them years to build such number of followers.

Here are 10 most followed Mzansi celebs in 2020:

1. TREVOR NOAH – 6.5 Million Followers

Trevor Noah is a South African born comedian with a big influence at the international level. So, the number of followers ain’t surprising, as they match the rate of international recognition bagged. Hence, most of his followers aren’t based in SA.

2. BOITY THULO – 4.1 Million Followers

Boity has made such a huge impact in SA industry as a whole, and she’s tried revealing all shades of herself as she grows in the industry. The star is a businesswoman, rapper and TV personality. Being a fashion killer over the years could have amounted to such great number of followers. Meanwhile, she shook the net few days ago, with her number of followers.

Cassper Nyovest – 3.8 Million Followers

It’s not so surprising that Cassper Nyovest has such huge number of followers. The rapper is engaging on social media and he’s built his fan base from the scratch. When planning to drag or hit the rapper, just get prepared to meet his defensive army. He’s one of SA stars who trend most times on the socials.

4. Minnie Dlamini – 3.8 Million Followers

Minnie Dlamini is a TV personality and sportscaster. Her flexibility and multi-talented personality has brought her this far in the industry.

5. Bonang Matheba – 3.8 Million Followers

Bonang Matheba is a media personality with multiple international wins. Queen B’s achievements can’t be over-looked, as she’s a force to reckon with. The star has one of the biggest fan base in SA called the B-Force; They are willing to go any length just to see their queen smile.

6. DJ Zinhle – 3.4 Million Followers

DJ Zinhle is a legend in the industry, as it’s believed that she paved the way for other female DJs. The star has built her brand in such a way that she stays relevant annually. Zinhle isn’t new to the industry and she’s up on her feet securing the bags. Mama Kairo also have  cult following too.

7. Somizi Mhlongo – 3.3 Million Followers

Somizi Mhlongo is a multi-talented star, and it seem as though he is involved in everything entertainment. Aside career success, his marriage to Mohale Motaung leaves his name in mouths of Mzansi. Somgaga has a touch of extravagance for everything he does.

8. Pearl Thusi – 3.3 Million Followers

Pearl Thusi is an actress whose engagement on social media has placed her in a controversial state. The star is known for roles in movies like: The Scorpion King: Book of Souls, Queen Sono.

9. Amanda du-Pont – 3.3 Million Followers

Amanda du-Pont is an actress. Despite being less talky on social media, she’s got an amazing number of followers who gush over beauty.

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10. Nasty C – 3 Million Followers

Nasty C is a rapper who’s worked with artists beyond SA borders. The star’s use of English language to rap and his fluency, bagged him a cult following from other countries. His recent project, Zulu Mixtape also did the magic for him.

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