Boity fans marvel at the rapper's throwback to her first TV gig

Boity fans marvel at the rapper's throwback to her first TV gig

- Lockdown has given peeps a chance to sit back and take stock of their lives

- Boity is one of those who went down memory lane

- The rapper and reality television star took fans back to her first presenting gig on Soweto TV

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Boity is flying high after recently signing with Def Jam Africa.

The milestone might have prompted the stunner to take a walk down memory lane to the start of her career on Soweto TV.

She tweeted, "Just remembered my first presenting gig on Soweto TV in 2008. Although short-lived, that validation was such a huge deal. Still makes my heart smile."

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Fans started talking about the first time they saw Boity on screens too.

One said, "I remember your role on Rockville. Mxm. Been a fan since."

Another wrote, "I still remember first seeing you on the Wimpy advert years ago. You've come a long way."

Earlier this week, Briefly.co.za reported that Boity was looking forward to a fruitful relationship with Def Jam Africa.

Other artists signed to the label include Cassper Nyovest, Nasty C and Nadia Nakai.

It's MD, Sipho Dlamini, told media, "With Def Jam Africa, we want to build a label that will become the authentic and trusted home of hip-hop and urban culture in Africa. Def Jam Recordings has always historically pushed the boundaries of the genre and we are excited to create a new community of artists within the continent, shaped around the unique and multi-cultural sounds, rhythms and productions coming from our streets, in order to help elevate hip-hop, Afro beat and trap music from Africa, to reach new global audiences within the continent, across the diaspora and beyond.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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