Samantha Mogwe's Road To Killer Abs

She is putting in the yards in the gym

By  | Nov 13, 2020, 10:04 AM  | Samantha Mogwe  | Top of the

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Botswana-born singer, Samantha Mogwe, had been serving us all the sexiness we could handle with her baby bump ever since she announced that she had a bun baking in her sexy oven.

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The mother of two who recently gave birth to a bouncing baby girl, has been killing it in the yummy mummy department and now she wants to fetch her body.

Samantha took Instagram to remind us all that she is THAT girl who is capable of doing anything she wants. In a picture she shared on her Instagram stories, Samatha is seen wearing her gym gear and said she is currently working hard for a six-pack.
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The musician has always been a fitness bunnie and she is always putting in the hard yards in the gym and flexes her body by sharing pictures of her post-workout physique.

After falling pregnant, it became difficult for Mogwe to stay in shape, plus Covid-19 made her fear for the safety of her baby and she stayed home, but now she has bounced back.

The mother-of-two who had no qualms about flaunting her naturally growing belly to her many followers recently took time to reveal that her stomach had stayed stretch-mark free due to a homemade serum that she had made.

Taking to her Instagram story on Tuesday, 27 October 2020, the singer stated, “I have had people asking me what to put on their belly during pregnancy. This is what I used for both pregnancies and I don’t have a single stretch mark on my belly. Please note, it might or might not work as there are other factors to consider such as how much stretching your belly has endured as well as some skin just being prone to stretch marks. But, at least it doesn’t hurt to try.” 

The musician recently how she sucks at technology. This follows after she was baffled when it came to working on Microsoft Team. Samantha detailed that she was attending an online lecture when she was asked to switch the platform, which she was left completely stumped. 

"2020 is the year for us to familiarize ourselves with technology. Currently in an online class with Wits University that required me to download Microsoft Team and wow, all of us in the class are seeing dust. Scanning QR codes for the registry to all sorts of other things.”

Image Cred: Instagram @SamanthaMogwe
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