Is Rich Mnisi gay? He has not admitted his sexuality yet. Get to know about his wife and biography.
Rich is a South African fashion designer and the founder of OATH Studio, who sources design inspirations from the African heritage and pop cultures.
Is Rich Mnisi Gay?
Rich Mnisi has not admitted whether he is gay or not.
However, a lot of news has been arising about this designer being gay as many people in South Africa think that Rich is LGBT.
Proudly 🏳️🌈 https://t.co/wPni2ZmhRd
— Rich Mnisi (@therichmnisi) October 14, 2019
He has also tweeted about his sexuality with the caption Proudly and then an LGBTQ flag emoji.
Moreover, some publications have also covered reports associating him with LGBT, and they have done so because of his dressing sense.
Meet Rich Mnisi Wife: His Partner
Rich Mnisi is married to his wife named Boity Thulo.
It is known that his wife is a famous South African media personality and actress who was born on April 28, 1990.
Rich’s partner collaborated with Sissy-Boy for a jean collection that was predicted to be sexy and celebrating curves.
Boity was named by Forbes magazine amongst the 30 under 30 creatives category list for his contribution to the music and entertainment sector.
Moreover, Boity had also dated rapper Casper Nyovest and also had an engagement but their relationship ended in December 2015.
Rich Mnisi Biography
According to Rich’s biography, he was born on December 14, 2019, in Johannesburg, South Africa.
He attended the Leaders in the Science of Fashion (LISOF) and obtained a BA in Fashion Design and Business Management.
Moreover, it is also known that he won the Young Designer of the Year award in African Fashion International in 2014.
Moreover, he also made an announcement revealing his partnership with South Guild in the year 2019.
We can also meet Rich on Instagram under the username @therichmnisi, where he has shared 223 posts and has gained more than 143 thousand followers.
Rich has a total net worth of $1.5 million which he has earned from his career as he has started working as a designer at a very early age.