- Mapula Mafole is pursuing her dream of becoming a DJ but shared that she's not yet ready to take bookings for live gigs
- The Rhythm City actress posted a video of herself mixing some house jams and her fans encouraged her to go for it
- The star, who looked comfortable behind the DJ booth, also encouraged her fans to chase their dreams while they still have a chance
Rhythm City actress Mapula Mafole is chasing her dream of becoming one of Mzansi's best DJs. The star took to social media on Thursday, 3 June and shared that she's always wanted to be the life of the party.
Mapula expressed that she grew around music and DJs and has always wanted to become one. She also encouraged her followers to also follow their dreams.
Mapula took to Twitter and posted a clip of herself behind the DJ booth mixing some house tunes. She captioned her post:
"Grew up around DJs and I always wanted to do this thing that they do... I highly recommend chasing your dreams whilst you're still alive. If God is for you, doesn’t matter who’s against you."
The star also told a curious fan that she's not ready for bookings yet. The fan wanted to know if they should start booking her for gigs after she shared the video. Mapula replied:
"No, not yet... but soon."
Other tweeps also joined the conversation to share their thoughts on her mixing skills. Check out some of their comments below:
"Woooow you good at it."
"Go for it girl."
"Chase your dream."
Play Amapiano please
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that DJ Maphorisa took to social media at the beginning of this week and asked DJ Shimza, Heavy K and Black Coffee to play Amapiano on their sets.
Phori believes that the Amapiano genre will grow even bigger if these three famous musicians played more Amapiano songs for their fans across the globe.
Shimza and Heavy K are against the star's idea. They took to his comment section on Facebook and shared their thoughts on his request. In his reply seen by Briefly News, Shimza said:
"We can’t all do the same thing because we all have different goals and paths in our careers, ma brother. You guys are doing perfectly fine without us and it’s amazing to watch from the outside! Keep going! We here to support."
Heavy K responded:
"Me I can handle both House and Amapiano, Porry. It marks 10 years of Heavy K this year and I’ll be introducing my other production strong points. It’s necessary for me. To my day-one fans, I’ll never leave you behind but allow me to experiment."
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