3. Simphiwe Ngema and Mpho Sibeko

Being a celebrity is cool, but having another member of your family being a celebrity as well must be super cool.

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This is the case for a number of South African celebrities.Briefly.co.zacompiles a list of three pairs of celebrity cousins who have caught the eye of many South Africans.

1. Boity Thulo and Thick Leeyonce

Of course, many South Africans know Boity as a multitalented actress, media personality, and now rapper.

Her cousin, Thick Leeyonce, has made a name for herself as a successful plus-size model. Together, they keep their fans glued with their exquisite sense of fashion.

Recently, Thick Leeyonce acknowledged Boity in a heartfelt post about families having each others' back.

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2. Bonang Matheba and Pinky Girl

Bonang is no doubt one of the biggest media personalities in South Africa. Her TV reality show,Being Bonang, has picked up a legion of followers.

Part of the reason it's so popular is Bonang's cousin, Pinky Girl, whose real name is Tebogo Megkwe.

Bonang introduced her to the world in the show's first season. Pinky immediately became a fan favourite because of her quirky remarks.

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3. Simphiwe Ngema and Mpho Sibeko

How cool is it to have cousins who are both actors? Simphiwe is best known for her roles inMuvhangoandBroken Vows.

Her cousin Mpho starred as Lucky Gumede on eTV'sGold Digger. They spend time together regularly and share photos of each other on social media.

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