- Ishmael Morabe is proud to see his daughter start her career in the music industry
- Thato is grateful to have a father who can help her along the way, but she does want to try to make it on her own
- Not only is his daughter a talented singer, she also is a skilled artist and fashion designer
It’s clear that creativity runs in the Morabe household and SA music icon Ishmael Morabe is glad to see that his multi-daughter is following in his footsteps.
Ishmael has a pretty good eye for talent seeing as he has been in the music business for over 30 years and he can see the potential in his daughter, Thato.
Thato has grown up in the entertainment industry, so she has a pretty good idea of what she will be getting herself into and while Ishmael couldn’t be prouder of his little girl, he can’t help but be nervous.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Thato has experienced how cutthroat it is, but Ishmael is still glad to see her willing to pursue her dream of having a career in music.
Ishmael has gushed about how smart Thato is and he is fairly certain that she will be able to make good choices along the way, but he has also reminded her that she can always count on her parents to support her.
TimesLIVE reports that the 24-year-old is aware of how lucky she is to have a father who can show her the ropes in the entertainment industry, however she does want to make it on her own and she doesn’t want to use her father’s success to make a name for herself.
Ishmael has also praised his daughter’s strong will and determination because she has always been able to take care of herself. He feels that these traits will serve her well in the long run, especially in such a tough industry.
He also knows that she is a bit stubborn and will only come to him for advice is she really needed, but she has always been like that and he admires her resilience.
While she is embarking on a career in music, Thato is also a budding artist, fashion designer and a self-proclaimed creative entrepreneur. She has multiple Instagram accounts where she showcases her talent.
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