Guess Who’s Crushing On The Second People’s Bae?

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It’s no longer news that there’s a second people’s bae in the National Assembly in whom we are well pleased.

UDM’s Nqabayomzi Nkwankwa aka People’s Bae no.2 had the ladies falling head over heels during the State of the Nation Address earlier this month. He warmed his way into the hearts of many with his good looks. Especially the ladies.

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At the time, author and media personality Khaya Dlanga took to Twitter to praise the United Democratic Movement member of Parliament for exhibiting a cool performance at the rather heated state of the nation address. Accordingly, he tweeted a picture of the super hot‚ neatly clad MP and wrote; “Nkwankwa‚ a real leader. A leader amongst leaders. #SONA2017”.

Shortly after sharing the tweet, the hunky MP became popular on Twitter for all the right reasons. Twitter users suddenly realised there’s a hottie that has been hiding amongst the MPs. Besides, the ladies weren’t too interested in his politics. They are not to be blamed though, he got the looks!



As his fan base continues to grow, we just discovered that controversial poet and musician Ntsiki Mazwai has joined the hive. In fact, she’s more smitten than you are about the second People’s Bae.

Ntsiki gushed over Nkwankwa who she said is so fine she wouldn’t mind being one of his many wives. Believe it or not, Ntsiki has tried to ignore the charm, but it was just too overwhelming.

Nqabayomzi Nkwankwa grew up poor in the Eastern Cape‚ before moving to Cape Town. As a young child growing up, he said he and his family would regularly go without food.

In 2009, he made the jump to politics and today, he is one of the honourable members in the national assembly. In addition, he has been able to get some ladies interested in politics with his well-groomed appearance.

Nkwankwa is second to the original People’s Bae, EFF’s Mbuyiseni Ndlozi who has continued to hold a special place in the hearts of the people.