WATCH | Nonku Williams will drive into 2023 with a new BMW i8

Cape Town – South African reality tv star, Nonku Williams is ending 2022 on a high note after she spoilt herself by purchasing a new BMW i8. The Real Housewives of Durban star took to Instagram, uploading a video unveiling the new addition to her garage. The BMW i8 has a Hybrid Electric Motor. Nonku will be speeding into the... Read more → The post WATCH | Nonku Williams will drive into 2023 with a new BMW i8 appeared first on African Insider.

WATCH | Nonku Williams will drive into 2023 with a new BMW i8

Cape Town – South African reality tv star, Nonku Williams is ending 2022 on a high note after she spoilt herself by purchasing a new BMW i8.

The Real Housewives of Durban star took to Instagram, uploading a video unveiling the new addition to her garage.

The BMW i8 has a Hybrid Electric Motor. Nonku will be speeding into the new year with her new car that goes from 0 to 60 in as little as 4.2 seconds.

“Let’s end on a high note,” Nonku captioned the video that she uploaded to Instagram.

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Her followers took to her comment section to congratulate her on her new acquisition.

Fellow Real Housewives of Durban star, JoJo Robinson pointed out how the doors on both of their cars go up.

“Yeesss… now we can match with doors that go up,” JoJo wrote.

“Congratulations my beautiful friend.. I can’t wait to see her in person,” she added.

Congratulations my love,” wrote TV personality, Thobile Khumalo. 

“Well deserved congratulations beautiful,” said Real Housewives of Johannesburg star, Mpumi Mophatlane.

“Congratulations QUEEN…ONE WIN IS A WIN FOR ALL….BLACK GIRL MAGIC,” wrote another of her followers.

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