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Say Hie To Cheryl Our Own Nubian Queen (@cheryljnkosi)

Young Zimbabwean Model To Represent At WCOPA

Style is a form of expression which like poetry and dance, some humans among us have been gifted to radiate an excess of.

I introduce to you Cheryl Nkosi, a slender beauty in this enchanting art of fashion and style. She is growing into a force in the modeling community, young, ambitous, confident in some of the fairest set of legs you’ll ever set your eyes on.

Her chapter notably  began more than half a decade ago when she qualified as  a finalist at Miss Harare Junior. The success was going to set a precedence of many other success stories, among them representing her home country Zimbabwe at The World Championships of Performing Arts for 2018 (WCOPA).

However dreams like that do not just emerge to be with no build up or track record to bring them into existence. It took her much time, patience, faith and will power to rise up against the obstacles in glamor business.

After her 2012 success Miss Nkosi went on to be crowned 2nd princess at Mr and Miss Schools Harare two years later. This graduated her into a place of authority in 2015 where she was allowed to judge the same pageant alongside renowned gospel star Sebastian Magacha and one of the Zimbabwe’s thoroughest choreographers John Cole among others.

It had indeed been 3 years of rise.

“In December did my first commercial shoot for Styled by Joanna alongside style icon Klein Derril (Afro dapper) then in September I was crowned Face of Monash South Africa and became the brand ambassador for the university which opened doors in the modeling industry.March, I launched my clothing brand BBNRY which is often what I wear on my social media.” – She said with regard to 2016

What an eventful year!

Usually when people make so much progress in one year they fall off the next year, but not Cheryl! She rightfully went on to win the “Most Promising female Model Award” at the Zimbabwe Model Awards in December. Of course with that much going on around her career she indeed was the most promising. Again she earned the honorable position of mentoring 20 finalists at Face of Monash in South Africa.

So here it is. She started out young, has been winning and keeping her head high when she didn’t. She is Cheryl Nkosi and you can connect with her via her social media channels  below and have an opportunity to be part of the world she is changing in her own little way.

Perhaps you want to talk business with her or just kick mad social with a beautiful woman.

Instagram: @cherylnkosi

Twitter: @cheryljnkosi

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Mcpotar is a multipotentialist who creates 2D Animation, Humour Comics, Online Blog Articles and Rap Songs.

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