Kehlani shouts out SA videographer, NoChill, for epic interview edit

Kehlani shouts out SA videographer, NoChill, for epic interview edit

- Local comedian and videographer, NoChill_God, got the surprise of his life when he was retweeted by US star Kehlani

- Kehlani was so impressed by NoChill's edited fake interview with her that she believed she had actually done the interview at some point

- NoChill, whose real name is Ndivhuwo Muhanelwa, was thrilled by the mention and couldn't believe his luck

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Ndivhuwo Muhanelwa, better known as NoChill, was over the moon to get a shout out from none other than Kehlani recently.

NoChill is known for his hilarious edited video interviews with international stars.

They often go viral locally, but the video creator reached another level when Kehlani showed him some recognition and appreciation.

Kehlani shouts out SA videographer, NoChill, for epic interview edit

Kehlani shouts out SA videographer, NoChill, for epic interview edit
Source: Instagram

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Kehlani was so impressed by NoChill's skills that she actually thought the interview was real at some point.

She tweeted, "I had to really think hard if this was real. Like, when did this happen?"

No_Chill really appreciated the recognition and profusely thanked the R 'n B singer.

He said, "Thanks for retweeting. This means a lot to me. I feel like (I've) made it in life. I can rest in peace now."

Fans soon gave Kehlani the SA name of Khensani and urged her to visit Mzansi once the coronavirus pandemic dies down.

Another local social media star to have being recognised by a major US star is none other than William Last.

Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that Chris Brown had shown the YouTuber some love for his rendition of Chris's hit song, Don't Wake Me Up.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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