Boity is incredulous at the success she has achieved in a short period. The “Wuz Dat” rapper has just reached a milestone in her musical career, becoming the first female rapper in Mzansi to achieve both gold and platinum certifications.
Boity has earned a gold plaque for her song “Wuz Dat,” featuring Nasty C. Yanga Chief’s “uTatakho (Remix),” which featured her alongside Riky Rick and Dee Koala, earned her a second gold plaque.
A jubilant Boity shared her good news on Twitter, admitting she just can’t believe the success she has achieved. Her joy is shared by her fans, as could be seen in the responses to her tweets
While she is jubilant about her gold and platinum certifications in particular, controversial critic Nota baloyi has stated that the platinum certification is not to be trusted.
Baloyi’s take on the platinum certification had ignited controversy at the time. But it is not something that Boity is losing sleep over. On the contrary, the songstress has on bigger successes, beyond music.
She is reportedly contemplating extending her cosmetics range. At the moment, she is the brains behind the fragrance Boity Pink Sapphire, which she says reflects her personality. Well, what do you think?