Gorgeous actress, Nomzamo Mbatha, has scooped up a huge role in an upcoming Hollywood film and Mzansi is super-proud of her. A handful of local celebs also started gushing when they heard the news. She's the talk of the town right now.
Nomzamo Mbatha has made Mzansi proud yet again. The stunning and super-talented actress has bagged a role in the highly-anticipated Coming to America sequel.
Nomzamo is doing big things with her career and will be joining the iconic cast of the 1988 cult classic in one of the lead roles!
Her role has not yet been revealed but she joins a powerful cast which includes the original movie cast of Eddie Murphy Garcelle Beauvais, Arsenio Hall, James Earl Jones and Shari Headley, and new cast members Tracy Morgan, Wesley Snipes, Leslie Jones and KiKi Layne.
Her fans aren't the only ones who are ridiculously proud of her - local celebs are also bursting with pride.
Boity Thulo, Refilwe Modiselle and Inno Matijane are just a few of the Mzansi stars who had use social media to express just how happy they are for Nomzamo.
Briefly.co.za collected some of the happy tweets, and here they are:
Nomzamo is keeping very busy. Just a month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that the actress is starring in a new short film titled 2 Grams and A Sunrise.
The actress plays an interesting role as the character of a faded Gqom artist, Zee. According to Youth Village, Zee abandons her pleasant life in the comforts of the suburbs and ventures into the wilderness of Hillbrow in pursuit of finding her jazz musician father who had been absent for a long time.
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