- Lebohang Morake, better known as Lebo M, is going to have a reality show on Showmax
- The producer has finally decided to let Mzansi have a sneak peek into his family life in his show, Lebo M - Coming Home
- The Grammy Award-winning composer was very excited for his show to air and shared a snippet on his Instagram account
South African producer and composer Lebo M has gotten Mzansi excited over his new reality show. Lebo, whose full name is Lebohang Morake is going to be starring in a show called Lebo M - Coming Home on Showmax.
The show is going to be taking Mzansi fans behind the scenes of the Grammy Award-winning producer and also give insight into his family life.
Even though Lebo was a bit reluctant to let the cameras into his private life, he eventually gave in when he realised the doors it would open for him.
"Having recently learnt that no-one really knows who am in SA, my beloved home country of birth, I’ve become romantic about opening up and having my fans and audience here hang out with Angela and my children," said Lebo.
Lebo was visibly excited for his new show to air:
"The sun has risen, the Voice & Spirit of the Lion King is coming home," he wrote on Instagram.
The soon to be reality star shared a short snippet of the show on his Instagram account. Fans were quick to comment on what they thought:
@bisibcreations commented: "Congrats. Thank you for everything TLK since 2007."
@morganafrica said: "Looking good brother. I’m sure it will have plenty to enjoy."
@braineygainey commented: "Bravo my brother. Bravo!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Hungani Ndlovu dropped some wisdom about healing and helping others. Mzansi actor Hungani Ndlovu recently shared some wisdom about how you can't help others heal. He took to Instagram to share his thoughts on the healing process in life and so much more.
Hungani said that you can't help others heal if you haven't found healing yourself.
"You’ll have setbacks. It will look nearly impossible. You’ll lose sight of the vision. You’ll want to quit," he wrote.
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