- US rapper Doja Cat has revealed that she has never met her South African father Dumisani Dlamini
- She was speaking to Whoopi Goldberg when she made the revelation
- Whoopi and Dumisani worked together in Mzansi's historical movie, Sarafina
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Doja Cat has revealed that she has never met her father - South African actor Dumisani Dlamini.
The US rapper revealed the news to veteran actress Whoopi Goldberg, who shared a movie set with Dumisani back in 1993.
He played the character of Crocodile on Mzansi movie Sarafina. Whoopi portrayed the character of a teacher, Miss Masombula, on the same movie.
The Mooo! hitmaker met Whoopi backstage at one of her concerts. She introduced herself as the daughter of Dumisani to Whoopi. Her mother is Deborah Elizabeth Sawyer, a Jewish American artist.
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In a video doing the rounds on social media, Doja tells Whoopi about her father.
"I was just thinking about my father because he was in Sarafina. Is not that crazy because I did not get a chance to meet him but you did. My father is Dumisani, he played Crocodile on Sarafina."
"He is a good man."
TshisaLIVE has reported that Dumisani admitted that Doja is indeed his daughter.
Social media users have had mixed reactions to Doja's revelation.
"I might have not met your dad but he is in such an amazing historical South African film. He is very talented just like you. I wish you guys had a relationship together. Sending love my Zulu sister."
"Why Whoopie says he was a good man though?"
"Nah Bab’Dumisani needs to go see his daughter... she wants to meet him."
"I think her father should be the one to make means to meet with her."
"She says she never met her dad... and Whoopi says 'a good man'?"
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