WATCH: Buhle Mkhize heats up Jamaica

Buhle Mkhize (Photo: Instagram)
Buhle Mkhize (Photo: Instagram)

Johannesburg – Buhle Mkhize is living it up in Jamaica, sharing videos of the stunning scenery, and of course, her banging body too. 

The fashionista shared some clips of her beautiful island getaway, which according to her, was a birthday gift from bae.

"So happy I'm over my fear of water. I can finally enjoy a vacation right in the middle of the ocean. Haaaaapiest of birthdays to me from him!!!" she captioned one post.

But as usual, the blue water was not the only thing that had her fans in awe. 

I keep thinking I've seen the best here but then the next moment takes my breath away. This will likely be my highlight of 2016 travels. I've never been anywhere that made me so overly emotional. Even the song I've chosen for this video is because of how far deep this place took me. The waterfalls look exactly like impophomo yaseMngwenya. If you are member of @thesisterhoodworld or followed me during my MAF blogging days you know that my mama was a well known umthandazi kwaZulu(Have a seat,umfundisi akamzali umfundisi????). Besides nami nginalo ibandla lami. You !!!. Ngiyanishumayeza every day right here on the gram??. Back to my mama impophomo is where she used to take her people for the cleansing ceremony. This was her song. We'd walk the whole half an hour singing the same song over and over until we got to the waterfalls. It became my favourite and has seen me through the darkest of days.I sang it during her passing when the family was just sitting three days straight with not a cent to put together a funeral but ibandla lakhe came and gave her a farewell of a Queen. I still remember singing it trying to figure out how I'd pay school fees for grade ten. Sang the same when I was sitting outside the immigration office waiting to hear if I'd be granted a green card or deported. I could write a whole book on these scenarios but the point is that it is my song. Just like you probably have yours to. Music and whatever seed of hope our parents plant in us as children are things that pick us when the world attempts knocking us down. I have never feared nor felt defeat when I sing this even just in silence and allow my heart to open up to the .....'Unamandla anginawo,susa ukwesaba kwami' part of this song. I believe in the power that's beyond ukuthanda nokuhlakanipha kwami. Namaste bazalwane ameni. #ThisIsMeTheOtherSideOfMeAllofMe #HambanikeBoJudaNiyongidayisaOnTwitter????. #UNGAMEHLULELIOmunyeUmuntu. Song | Ngikhokhele by S'fiso.

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