Oti Mabuse reacts as sister Motsi reaches out over ‘ignored calls’

Oti Mause, 32, shared an insight into her family life yesterday as she took to Instagram to share a dilemma in view of her 656,000 followers.

The ex Strictly Come Dancing professional’s sister and BBC co-star Motsi, 41, had reached out to her publicly on social media, after being unable to get through to her on the phone.

She uploaded a screenshot of Motsi’s comment on an Instagram post, urging her to pick up.

The screen grab read: “Love you forever but please answer my calls,” along with a string of red hearts and two laughing emojis.

Along with the snap, Oti asked fans in the caption whether they also had relatives reaching out to them on social media.

Oti humorously wrote: “Just checking… is it just me or anyone else have family members reach out to them on social media? It’s every time… EVERY! TIME! #help”

In turn, Motsi once again took to the comments section to explain she was being a “responsible older sister” by checking in on Oti.

She wrote: “lol chomi you know !!! I know you ignore my calls.

“I know !! And I was born to be an responsible older sister !!!!!!!!!!! This girl ignores my call I repeat.”(sic)

Motsi appeared amused as she added a long string of laughing emojis to her comment.

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The interaction comes after the Strictly stars were left in tears of joy during a recent episode of DNA Journey, after discovering unexpected links with Nelson Mandela.

A man who had analysed their genetic material as part of the ITV show broke the news to them on a visit to their native South Africa, prompting a hysterically happy reaction.

“Some quite special people belong to your group and are distant genetic relatives of yours,” he began.

“Don’t say Nelson Mandela,” Motsi shot back, scarcely imagining that it could be true.

The analyst confirmed it, before adding: “And Archbishop Desmond Tutu [too].”

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