- Nomzamo Mbatha took to social media to share with her fans that she will once again be a presenter at this year's BET Awards
- The stunner, who is now based in the US, said it is an incredible honour and privilege for her to get an opportunity to "amplify" the voice of the diaspora at the ceremony
- The former Isibaya actress also used the opportunity to add her voice to the Black Lives Matter movement
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Nomzamo Mbatha has taken to social media to share with her fans that she will be one of the presenters at this year's prestigious BET Awards.
The actress, who has relocated to the US, will join the world's most celebrated entertainers, including Quavo, Lizzo, Samuel L Jackson and Sarafina star Whoopi Goldberg.
The stunner wrote on her Instagram account:
"What an incredible honour and privilege it is to amplify the voice of the diaspora at the BET Awards 2020. BET international continues to celebrate black excellence in every corner of the globe and I'm so excited that I get the opportunity to give this celebration the gravity it deserves."
Nomzamo will be the international presenter at the show. Comedian and actress Amanda Seales will be the awards' main host.
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The former Isibaya actress also used the opportunity to add her voice to the Black Lives Matter movement.
"The Black Lives Matter movement was louder than ever before, and with the rise of the international black community in standing with African Americans truly exemplified the saying, 'An injury to one is an injury to all.' That even during a pandemic, we're undefeated. Here's to us! Here's to black entertainment!"
Briefly.co.za reported that Sho Madjozi bagged another BET nomination for the second consecutive year. The John Cena hitmaker will be competing against another African artist, Burna Boy in the Best International Act category.
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