Video of 'Ndlovu' reciting clan names resurfaces: Where is he now?

Video of 'Ndlovu' reciting clan names resurfaces: Where is he now?

Mzansi social media users have been wondering what happened to Sinothando Hlulani, the boy who became famous after reciting his clan names.

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Two years have past since Sinothando, popularly known as Ndlovu, found fame after the video of him saying his praise names and then asking for money went viral. The boy was nine years old at the time.

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Amused Mzansi social media users even dubbed him “youngest people’s bae” with the approval of EFF spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi, the original "people’s bae".

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But where is Ndlovu now? Ndlovu’s voice has already been used by musicians in his home town of Port Elizabeth, and he has been interviewed on various radio stations.The last Briefly.co.za heard, he was to release an album last year, according to manager Monwabisi Hena, but it never came.

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Some social media users chipped in by saying that he has been featured in a song from a PE artist. Twitter user Mathome Thomo jokingly said that maybe Mampintsha was talking about Ndlovu when he said the now famous line: "Kuney'ngane la endlini."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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