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Boity Ventures Into The Alcohol Industry

Boity Ventures Into The Alcohol Industry. There is definitely nothing stopping Boity from reaching her goals. A month ago the multi award winning rapper, media personality actress and entrepreneur took to Twitter to reveal that she is manifesting a total amount of 69 Million Rand from her ancestors. Among those who commented on her tweet is DJ Sbu, who encouraged Boity’s followers to screenshot the tweet, put it as their screensaver and work hard to achieve those dreams.

Back to Boity, it looks like she is getting closer to having that fat bank balance. She has just expanded her impressive empire by venturing into the alcohol industry. Boity has just launched her own sparkling fruit drink ‘BT Signature.’ She has joined forces with renowned winemaker Matthew Krone to bring this premium range, designed with the discerning palate in mind, to life.

BT Signature is characterized by juicy ripe peach aromas overlayed with hints of nectarine, and bursting with memories of summer. It boasts a deliciously uplifting peach flavor balanced with crisp green apple freshness and lingering fresh aftertaste. The range is available in non-alcoholic and alcoholic variants. This is not her first time in the alcohol business, Boity is also known as one of the ambassadors for the prestigious French winery, Moët & Chandon.

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE!!! I am so honoured to introduce to y’all my new baby! Introducing our new favourite drink. #BTSignature is about to bring the peach fun to every occasion. And it’s brought to you by yours truly 😉,” Boity announced.

Boity joins a umber of celebrities who are i the alcohol industry. Just a few days ago, the phenomenal Bonang Matheba celebrated two years since the launch of her beverage brand, House of BNG. Other celebrities also leading in this industry include, Khanyi Mbau, DJ Zinhle, J Something and Tbo Touch.

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