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This American Female Athlete Has Vuyo Dabula’s Heart

This American Female Athlete Has Vuyo Dabula’s Heart. Real recognizes real! A lot of people admire Vuyo Dabula for his talent, and of course his great looks. The Generations: The Legacy star always makes his female fans go crazy with the hot pictures of that he always shares on social media.

Well guess what ladies, your crush might also be crushing somewhere else. Vuyo took to Instagram to share a Nike advert, which honors female athletes across the world. The ad boast the likes of Caster Semenya, Serena Williams among many black women who continue to break boundaries. Vuyo singled out ShaCarri “FGTX” Richardson, from the lot and revealed how he feels about her.

I am in love @carririchardson. I am in love,” Vuyo said.

If you have been living under a rock, Sha’Carri Richardson is an American track and field sprinter who competes in the 100 meters and 200 meters. Richardson rose to fame in 2019 as a freshman at Louisiana State University, running 10.75 seconds to break the 100 m record at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Championships.

21 year old Richardson, made news whe she barred from the Olympics after a positive marijuana test. She accepted a one-month period of ineligibility that began on June 28, 2021, the date of her provisional suspension. Richardson’s period of ineligibility was reduced to one month because her use of cannabis occurred out of competition and was unrelated to sport performance, and because she successfully completed a counseling program regarding her use of cannabis.

Richardson’s competitive results obtained on June 19, 2021, including her Olympic qualifying results at the Team Trials, have been disqualified, and she forfeits any medals, points, and prizes. Beyond the one-month sanction, athlete eligibility for the Tokyo Games is determined by the USOPC and/or USA Track & Field eligibility rules.

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