Meet Jerry Mofokeng's yummy son: 5 Facts about Lerato Makhetha

Meet Jerry Mofokeng's yummy son: 5 Facts about Lerato Makhetha

He is the son of famous South African actor Jerry Mofokeng, and he is taking over the entertainment industry just like his dad.

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Mofokeng plays Bra Moscow on the eTV drama, Scandal!, where he plays a "reformed" criminal and father to the gorgeous Lerumo. But, his off-screen son is just as hot as his onscreen one.

So, Briefly took a look at Lerato Makhetha and gathered five interesting facts about the yummy son of Jerry Mofokeng.

1. He is one of five children

Lerato is the middle child of Mofokeng and his wife of almost four decades. Mofokeng's children are Tsakane, Palesa, Lerato, Mphovand Mosa.

2. He's a man of many talents

Before breaking through on the acting scene, Lerato used to be a musician. He put his musical career on hold for his acting but in 2017 he released a new single.

3. He followed in his dad's footsteps

Lerato can now be seen on South African small screens. According to ZAlebes, Lerato initially hid his acting career from his dad, out of fear he would not approve.

Needless to say, his dad found out and has since accepted his son's career. He even shows him support on social media.

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4. He also a real estate agent

Like we said before, Lerato is a man of many talents. Aside from his acting and music career, he is a qualified real estate agent.

Meet Jerry Mofokeng's yummy son: 5 Facts about Lerato Makhetha

5. He almost died in a fire

In August last year, Mofokeng's hunky son escaped a fire, which had reportedly been set by his landlord.

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