- Khuli Chana has shared that his wife Lamiez Holworthy encouraged him to go back to school
- The Buyile rapper has not been in class for over ten years but Lamiez has managed to convince him to return to school
- The musician has enrolled at the AFDA school and he says he is determined to win at all costs to seemingly make his bae happy
Lamiez Holworthy has proved again that she's more than just a wife to her rapper hubby, Khuli Chana. The Metro FM presenter encouraged the Buyile hitmaker to go back to school after leaving it over ten years ago.
Khuli took to social media a few days ago to share that he has enrolled at AFDA, a film, arts and television school.
The talented musician thanked Lamiez for encouraging him to return to school and for her continued support. The star said he's repositioning and recreating his brand because his tune Buyile is deeper than a song to him.
"It’s not easy but I’m determined TO WIN!! Thank you Wame, @LamiezHolworthy for the encouragement. Thank you to the fans #Buyile is blowing UP!!!"
Khuli's fans took to his comment section on the micro-blogging app and shared their thoughts on his decision to go back to school. Check out some of their reactions below:
"Give it your best."
"All the best king. It's never too late to learn new tricks."
"Never too late king."
"Keep going Bhuti."
"I am proud Chana."
In related news, Briefly News reported that Khuli Chana took to social media recently to share a teaser of his new music video for his new track titled Buyile. The rapper features his gorgeous wife in the litty music video. Instead of using a model in the video, the star decided to serve Mzansi couple goals by featuring his bae, Lamiez Holworthy.
In the snippet the musician shared on Twitter on Tuesday, 27 April, he can be seen rapping in front of the camera while his bae dances next to him. Khuli captioned his post:
"Just got the final video cut of #Buyile. YA BABA!!!! BABING!!!!!"
Lamiez is a presenter on Metro FM and she's used to being in front of the camera. She's also the presenter of epic SABC 1 music show, Live Amp.
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