- Candy Tsa Mandebele appeared for the first time on Skeem Saam on Wednesday and the viewers of the show love her
- The singer portrays the role of Leshole's troublesome mom who has been away from Turfloop for years
- On the show last night, Leshole met his mother for the first time in 12 years
Mzansi musician Candy Tsa Mandebele has finally made her debut on popular SABC1 soapie Skeem Saam. The actress appeared for the first time on the show on Wednesday night, 19 August.
Candy plays the character of 50-year-old Bafedile. She is Leshole's mother on the telenovela. According to the storyline, Bafedile left Turfloop some years ago and she has returned to get her son. They met for the first time on last night's episode after not seeing each other for 12 years.
The telenovela's viewers took to social media to praise the singer for her acting skills. The fans of the show welcomed the star with open arms. Check out some of their comments below.
"Candy Tsamandele in the house #SkeemSaam wow. What a wonderful casting choice."
"#SkeemSaam we welcome the queen of Lobedu to the big leagues. NwaYingwani Candy Tsamatebele."
"So good to see Candy (TsamaNdebele) on #SkeemSaam."
"Candy is the perfect person to play Leshole's mom!"
"Hebanna Candy Tsamandebele is Leshole's mum kanti?"
In other news. Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee has taken to social media to debut another design of his own shoes. The star shared a snap of the sneakers with his name on.
The rapper is making business moves like his peers in the music industry. Other Mzansi rappers such as AKA and K.O also push their own merchandise on the side instead of sticking to making music only. Get that bag, hustla.
The Roll Up hitmaker's tweet about his new shoes has garnered mixed reactions from Mzansi social media users. Some tweeps decided to drag the star for his sneakers design while his fans fell in love with the new design as soon as they laid eyes on it.
One tweep @lele_efkay expressed his interest of buying the star's new kicks. He commented:
"Now this is great work Emtee. The kicks are dope. Where can we get them?"
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