- Thapelo Mokeona attended his brother's wedding and the event was amazing
- He shared some amazing snaps of the glitzy wedding which looked absolutely stunning
- Social media users were blown away at the classiness of the event
Thapelo Mokeona's brother got hitched and he was there to share some amazing pics of the wedding on social media.
Thapelo gave us a backstage pass to the preparations on in Instagram page and posted amazing pics of the function which was all glitz and glamour.
There were some truly amazing pics taken and the wedding looked amazing, in fact, we had quite a bit of fomo.
"Witnessed my brother seal the deal yesterday. I’m incredibly happy that you both have each other & taking this new journey in Love. Day One was a dream ..."
Here are some reactions to the post:
"Congratulations to Thabo and his Rib."
"Beautiful couple Love is a beautiful thing! ❤️."
"Beautiful and elegant❤️."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that it should be illegal for Thapelo Mokoena to wear a suit because that combination could start a riot! The hunky South African actor turned up the heat with his recent post on social media.
Thapelo has worked extremely hard to get to where he is today. He is a dedicated and multi-talented entertainment star who hustles harder than most.
Briefly.co.za knows just how many times Thapelo has almost caused a nationwide cardiac arrest outbreak with his finely-aged god-like looks. The man is like a piece of fine art.
In other news, veteran Mzansi actor Seputla Sebogodi has bagged a role on popular 1 Magic telenovela The River. Seputla is popularly known as Kenneth Mashaba - a character he portrayed on the now defunct Generations.
Seputla will play the role of Mohumi on The River. He will join his real-life son, Thapelo Sebogodi, on the soapie. Thapelo portrays the character of Khabzela on the show. Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela shared Seputla's good news on Twitter. Phil wrote:
"CASTING NEWS: Seputla Sebogodi joins #TheRiver1Magic. The prolific actor will play Mohumi — a man who used to work in the mine and is tied to the late Thato Mokoena. Mohumi is coming to take on Lindiwe Dikana."
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