Lioness Shows Off Her Baby Bump In Latest Magazine Cover

The rapper is a triple threat

By  | May 02, 2022, 03:50 PM  | Lioness   | Top of The

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Lioness is on the cover of Simply You Magazine and rocked her baby bump so effortlessly. The rapper who just became a mom, looked stunning on the cover of the Namibian magazine and fans cannot stop gushing over her.

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Lioness who wears many belts and dabbles as a rapper, mother, wife and doctor - now cover girl, appeared on the cover of Simply You Magazine for April/May edition.

Other stars who have appeared on the magazine cover include Ndili Josy, Top Cheri and even model Luis Munana just to name a few.

Thanking the magazine for allowing her to grace the cover, Lioness said, "Thank you @simplyyoumagazinenam for allowing me to grace the April/May issue! Special thanks to everyone who worked on this project from the amazing creative directors to the team on the floor."

She also took fans behind the scenes from the photoshoot and she does look tired, understandable because she had a growing baby bump.

Lioness also has a new project coming up and she described it as something that really pushed her artistic abilities.

In a recent interview with a London based entertainment company called Generation W on Twitter spaces, she delved much deeper into her artistry.  "Lioness is sort of like a nickname, it started off as a nickname. And I always had like really big hair when I was growing up and everybody used to call me little lion. So it really just was something that stuck.

"At first when I started doing music I was not 100% committed because I did not know where it was going to go. Coming from Namibia which is such a small country, I was like what are the odds that it would stick. So I just took my nickname and I continued with it and as soon as I started I was like I am going to give it up or change my name but then it started gaining a little bit of traction, so I was like 'oops'," she laughed.

"I took a risk with just keeping a nickname that I got from childhood but it served me greatness I guess in some way or the other."

Lioness like her name, says she wants to stand out from the normal music she makes and be different, "Wherever I go I aim to try and be different. I started off rapping then I realised I want more out of this. I want more out of my brand and my artistry." 

"Since I mentioned that you know, Namibia is a very small country, with obviously huge talents here, I also wanted to bring an identity to where I am from because people cannot even spot Namibia, which I do not blame them for. How can I make this beautiful language something people remember and be curious about." 

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