Jessica Nkosi: Thank You For Helping Me Clear Everything Up

Jessica Nkosi: Thank You For Helping Me Clear Everything Up


South African actress, Jessica Nkosi, had left fans in a state of confusion yesterday, 17 September 2020, after she shared a promotional post for her brand partnership with Calpol. Not one to share visuals of her daughter, Namisa, fans were shocked when she shared a lengthy caption about her child, which seemed to reference an image of a young girl… who was NOT her daughter!

The Queen actress captioned the image with, “One afternoon I found my little baby girl playing with my makeup set, the face beat clearly didn’t turn out the way she wanted it to, because she started shouting and throwing tantrums when I walked in.” The visual showed a little girl playing with makeup on the floor – exactly how she described in the caption.

The confusion set in when fans realised that it was NOT Namisa, and wondered who was the child in the picture. The Queen co-star, Ntando Duma also commented with, “Stressed and confused”, and Bridget Masinga also added, “No ways Jess, this can’t be Nami?!? Where did the time fly too?”, to which Jessica responded with, “It’s not Nami my love. The child in the pic is so old. My daughter just turned two lol lol. I didn’t mean to confuse you.” Bridget was relieved to hear that she had not lost it, replying with, “hey bheybs I nearly had a heart attack. I kept on saying to myself, but I just saw Nami’s Bday pics izolo lo. Kanti silky aunty Bridge didn’t even note the I was just having a COVID-19 blonde moment.”

A few hours later, Jessica took to her stories to address the matter once and for all, letting everyone know that the child in her post was DEFINITELY not her daughter! She stated, “Thank you to everyone who took the time to help me answer people and telling them that that was NOT Namisa. You guys really helped me. I was overwhelmed and couldn’t answer everyone.”

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One afternoon I found my little baby girl playing with my makeup set, the face beat clearly didn’t turn out the way she wanted it to, because she started shouting and throwing tantrums when I walked in. My Response… “I’ll love you forever, but if you continue throwing tantrums and continue to scream like that, I’m going to act like I don’t know you.” Chronicles of a fed up mom during lockdown. What have your kids done during this lockdown that made you look back to the days when you were a kid, and make you wonder….was I like this when growing up. Share your kids theatrical moments and funny stories that made you look back to your days when you were a kid. #ad #ThisIsNotNami🙈

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