When Idols judge and radio host, Unathi Nkayi recently posted images on her Instagram account at her dentist appointment, some of her fans picked up the singer’s feet than her beautiful, white smile.
She posted several images of herself and her dentist a few days ago and captioned the image: “My SMILE keeper, my dentist @lexleodrsmile one of the MOST BEAUTIFUL human beings I’ve met inside and out.
My confidence builder🙏🏾He’ll sing and soothe your heart and then pull a Mzekeke ghetto whistle to In Da Club by @50cent whilst perfecting your smile. Thank you so much for today🙏🏾❤️🙏🏾💫 You rock my world.
The trolls continued asking the singer what size shoes she wears, while some admired her sneakers. The radio host blue ticked the trolls, by not answering them, not deleting their nasty comments and never paid attention to them on her Instagram account.
Nkayi is not the first media personality to be trolled for her “big feet” though as sibling media personalities, Lasizwe Dambuza and Khanyi Mbau have also been trolled for their “big feet” in past. Dambuza has been body shamed and dragged for his big feet as early as 2017 when he’d just arrived in the industry.
While Mbau has been trolled for her skin bleaching, plastic surgeries to “admittedly” dating only rich men, Tweeps recently asked the former Muvhango actress and reality star what her shoe is when she posted an image of her sneakers a few days ago.
While they loved her hot sneakers, some were shocked when they noticed for the first time that her shoe size seemed particularly big, especially because Mbau is a tiny woman.
Dambuza was also trending last year when he posted an image of himself on a motorbike and his red and white sneakers when tweeps zoomed in on his big shoes and asked him “what shoe size he is.”
While many guessed that he’s probably a size 13, the reality star never really confirmed his shoe size.