- Manaka Ranaka has posted a throwback video from 30 years ago
- Manaka, who plays the character of Lucy Diale on Generations: The Legacy, revealed that she started acting when she was in Grade 2
- Manaka played a lead role in Dalom Kids' music video for their track titled Ndilambile three decades ago
Manaka Ranaka has taken to social media to share a throwback video from 30 years ago. The Generations: The Legacy actress took to Instagram on Thursday, 3 December to take part in the viral 'How it started and how it's going' challenge.
Manaka, who plays the role of Lucy Diale on the popular SABC 1 soapie, shared a music video that was filmed three decades ago and a recent clip from the telenovela. The star captioned her post:
"How it started... And how its going 3 decades later. We are not done yet... We're still going strong."
Many of her followers on the photo and video-sharing app were surprised that Manaka was the little girl who acted in Dalom Kids' music video for their yester-year hit titled Ndilambile. One of her followers asked Manaka how old she was when the video was shot. She replied:
"I must have been 7 or 8. I was in Gr2 bra."
Check out some of the reactions from Manaka's industry peers and followers below:
Gomora actress Siphesihle Ndaba wrote:
"Onwards and upwards! Inspo!"
"You are a LEGEND."
"A legend vele vele! Such an honour and privilege to watch."
"Just wow, what a TBT."
"You were born for this."
"Wow. 3 decades in the game."
Mufasa dropped the visuals to his banger titled Nokuthula this week. The song features Busiswa and Legendary P. The Amademoni hitmaker took to Instagram on Tuesday, 1 December to give a shout out to the Amanikiniki hitmaker for taking part in the video shoot. The rapper thanked Kamo for taking time off her busy schedule so she could shoot her part in the video.
Cass jokingly said that he owes the star cheese, chicken or beef. Kamo sings about the same food on the smash hit, Amanikiniki. The award-winning rapper wrote:
"Shout out for the cameo ntwana @kamo_mphelaxx. I owe you Amanikiniki, ai icheese or o batla chicken le beef?"
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