- Blood and Water star Ama Qamata gave her Instagram followers the opportunity to ask her questions
- The actress received a query about her car and she responded with the story of how she got her wheels
- Ama posted a story to her Instagram explaining how the car was a complete surprise from her parents
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Ama Qamata took to social media to give her followers an opportunity to ask her a variety of questions. There were a multitude asking about the languages she speaks and her career in acting, but one that stuck out to most followers because of its cute factor.
The question Ama received about her car lead to an explanation that was just adorable. The actress explained that she was gifted her car earlier in 2020 by her parents.
Ama went on to reveal that her set of wheels was a surprise and posted a temporary video showing her shock when it was revealed.
The star had written about the surprise at the time and she included the explanation with the video:
"Imagine, Hendrina wakes me up from my sleep; says there is a parcel I need to sign. I'm so grumpy and annoyed I just want to be back in bed and continue my dream, only to be surprised with my dream car. I am still shocked and still a little too scared to drive it at this point lol but what a blessing I'm so grateful. Also this is the third time my family has pulled off a surprise for me, I don't know how they do it."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on the series that Ama stars in, Blood and Water, along with facts about the show and how Mzansi first reacted to it.
The Netflix original series Blood & Water has arrived and there is not a negative comment in sight –it’s a total hit. South Africans are very patriotic and will support local wholeheartedly, especially if it is good. Briefly.co.za learnt the highly anticipated Netflix series made its debut with thousands of viewers tuning in to see what it was all about.
It is directed by the talented Nosipho Dumisa and is the second Netflix original African series after Queen Sono. The virtual screening was aired on the Netflix YouTube channel in over 190 countries across the world and trended at number nine – shortly after the release, it was trending in the top three spots. With a cast comprising of Natasha Thahane, Ama Qamata, Gail Mabalane, Cindy Mahlangu, Arno Greeff, Dillion Windvogel and Khosi Ngema among others, there is no wonder the show is such a hit.
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