Former Generations: The Legacy actress, Letoya Makhene, took her fans back in time with a throwback pic of herself from when she was 10 years old.
Mzansi actress and singer, Letoya Makhene took to social media to share a throwpic pic from her childhood.
She shared a snap of her performing on the Felicia Mabuza Suttle Show when she was just 10 years old. From the snap you can see Letoya's natural talent and love for the stage and singing. She was born to be famous.
Letoya wrote: "Lemme take you back in time... Little Letoya performing on the #FeliciaMabuzaSuttleShow #Age10."
Since Letoya shared the throwback pic on Instagram a few hours ago, her post had already gathered 654 likes and 15 comments.
Here are some of the comments from her followers, and close friends, like fellow Generations: The Legacy actress, Manaka Ranaka.
manakaranaka: "Your daughter looks so much like the 10 year old you choma "
bongie05: "I was at that Felicia Mabuza Suttle show recording many moons ago, re tlile ka mini bus from ko lokshin. I was so fascinated with your confidence & talent that time...I was a super shy kid so it was amazing to witness another child my age doing her thing in front of all those lights & cameras "
wandamadikza: "Ahhhh you're so beautiful"
lisa_mugavazi: "O Nunu straight mashe is her mother's daughter nje❤️"
avantage_mashamba: "Sissy, you really really look like Beyonce. I know I say it a lot but hey YOU LOOK LIKE BEYONCE!"
Meanwhile, yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that Letoya Makhene left a piece of her heart behind when she walked away from Generations: The Legacy.
The stunning and super talented Mzansi actress has had a long and fruitful acting career that gained her a large and loyal following. Briefly.co.za knows that Letoya made the decision to leave Generations: The Legacy just over six months ago.
Letoya decided to focus her energy on her sangoma calling. Being a traditional healer is something that has been dear to Letoya’s heart from a very young age.
Taking to social media, Letoya expressed her sadness and how she deeply misses her Generations: The Legacy family. Being part of something for so long and then all of a sudden not being there can't be easy.
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