- Dr Rebecca Malope took to Instagram to thank a whole lot of stars for collaborating with her on an unannounced project
- The gospel icon posted that she had something exciting in the works and added a photo of some well-known faces
- Jub Jub, Judith Sephuma, Lebo Sekgobela and Blaq Diamond were all mentioned
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Dr Rebecca Malope took to social media to express gratitude to a whole host of celebrities. The gospel icon posted a photo on Instagram of herself and some star-studded collaborators.
The singer tagged some very well-known names in her caption, and mysteriously hinted at a project that they helped her work on.
The stars Malope tagged were Lebo Sekgobela, Jub Jub, Judith Sephuma, Benjamin Dube, Nathi Mankayi and musical duo Blaq Diamond.
The fans were excited to see what could possibly be on the horizon with so many famous names involved. Some began posted their excitement in the comments:
@khanyi_m76: "Looking forward"
@nombika.bongeedith: "I also can't wait"
@minister_proe1: "Noted and waiting"
In previous Dr Malope-related news Briefly.co.za reported on Somizi announcing her as a guest on his show, Dinner at Somizi's.
Somizi had announced that Dr Rebecca Malope would be his next guest on his new cooking show titled Dinner At Somizi's. The media personality decided to take to Instagram on Wednesday, July 22 to reveal to his 3.3 million followers that the gospel singer would be appearing on his show this coming Friday.
Somgaga advised viewers of the show to bring their tissues because Ribs would be dishing out rib-cracking jokes during the episode. He also expressed how much he loved the award-winning singer.
"Lord knows how I love this phenomenal woman. She doesn't know that she's my spirit animal. She makes me laugh to tears. Friday is so far but it's worth the wait shemmmmm... Bring your tissue cos @dr_rebeccamalope is gonna have u in stitches."
Dinner at Somizi's is now well under way and has been the subject of its own fair bit of drama, but Somizi clearly loves himself some Dr Malope.
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