- The late Mam Mary Twala will feature in Beyoncé's star-studded film titled Black Is King
- Somizi recently took to social media to express just how proud he is of his late mother for her feature
- Mary was an influential actress whose memory will never be forgotten and will now live on in this film too
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The late Mam Mary Twala will feature in Beyoncé's star-studded film titled Black Is King, just another way her influential memory is being honoured far and wide.
Somizi Mhlongo’s mother Mary died at Netcare Park Lane hospital in Johannesburg just a few weeks ago and he and his family are still trying to process her passing.
Briefly.co.za knows how hard Mary’s death hit Mzansi. The legendary actress made a mark on many lives and left a gaping hole when she passed.
Somizi recently took to social media to share some news that truly warmed his heart. His mother will feature in Beyoncé's film titled Black Is King.
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Sharing a clip of the trailer, Somizi expressed just how proud he is of his late mother. She is still serving goals even though she is not physically here.
“My mama's last gig... super proud son.”
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that Beyoncé fans in South Africa have a reason to celebrate. The starlet's Black Is King film will be broadcast on M-Net for Mzansi's viewing pleasure.
The film will see several local artists star alongside the multi-award winning singer, Beyoncé Knowles. Some of the big local names include actress Connie Chiume, singer and actress Nandi Madida and actor Warren Masemola.
Beyoncé's movie has been scooped by M-Net and will be broadcast in South Africa. Image: @beyonce Source: Instagram M-Net has scooped rights to show the film in Mzansi and although this is good news, some are worried that it will only be available for premium DStv subscribers.
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