- Thuso Mbedu recently revealed that a Mzansi rapper wrote a whole song about her
- The actress made the revelation when she was commenting on Zingah’s post about his new album
- Mbedu went on to say that even though the pair are not a couple, she has mad love for him
Thuso Mbedu doesn’t reveal much about her private life but she recently took to social media to drop a bombshell. She revealed that rapper Zingah once wrote a whole song about her when he was shooting his shot.
Taking to Twitter, Thuso posted her comment on Zingah’s post that was expressing his excitement for his solo album Sessions At The Crib.
The actress shared a video of the rapper blushing in her presence and revealed that that one of the songs on the album titled Pick Up The Phone is about her.
“It’s the part where they don’t know that “Pick Up the Phone” is about me. That time umntu was battling their own demons but you know I effs with you”
Hmmm, is this a new relationship we need to keep an eye on?
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mzansi actress Thuso Mbedu is quickly establishing herself as an international star. Thuso has been picked by Vogue UK as one of the sensational rising stars to currently watch out for on the small screens over the coming months. The star made it to the publication's list of eight rising stars to watch from the biggest releases on Netflix, Amazon Prime and more.
Thuso took to social media to share her good news with the rest of her fans. She captioned the post: "Things to look forward to #TheUndergroundRailroad."
She was recognised for her lead role on Barry Jenkins’s adaptation of The Underground Railroad on Amazon Prime. The series is based on the astonishing Pulitzer Prize-winning 2016 novel by Colson Whitehead.
Vogue UK said the TV adaptation by Moonlight director Jenkins is sure to be as haunting as the book. It is set in the pre-civil war era of slavery, the period drama focuses on the story of Cora, a slave attempting to escape a horrific reality.
The series will follow Cora’s journey across 11 one-hour episodes, according to the publication. Thuso portrays the role of Cora in the show. The magazine went on to explain that the series is guaranteed to be a huge moment for Thuso, who was nominated for an International Emmy in 2017 for her portrayal of Winnie in Is’thunzi. It was originally slated for a 2019 release but it is expected to air on Amazon Prime soon.
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