- Samkelo Ndlovu recently fired back at a troll who questioned her singing talent
- Samkelo Ndlovu recently shared that she will drop her first single on 25 December
- The former Rhythm City actress shared that she took a break from acting to focus on making music
Samkelo Ndlovu recently announced that she has ventured into music. The former Rhythm City actress shared that she has taken a break from acting to focus on her music career.
Just a few days after her announcement, Samkelo was involved in a nasty twar with rapper Moozlie. The stunner alleged that Moozlie poured a drink over her and ran away. She took to Twitter to drag the rapper.
While at it, a tweep took to Samkelo's timeline to ask her if she raps or sings. Samkelo, who was on attack mode on the day, fired back at the tweep for questioning her singing talent. Samkelo replied:
"I sing baby girl. Do your research before uphapha. As for the person you’re asking about, it’s very debatable that she’s a rapper."
In related news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Samkelo Ndlovu has announced that she has ventured into music. The former Rhythm City actress took to social media recently to reveal that she will drop her first single titled Intoyami on 25 December.
The stunner, who now goes by the name Samú, also revealed that she will drop an EP in 2021. Samkelo shared on Twitter that she has taken a break from acting to focus fully on her music.
"Yes I have taken a break from acting and I am fully focusing on music only now. I will still be a part of the film and television industry; but behind the scenes."
She shared that the new single is an Amapiano song. The star added that her EP explores six of Mzansi's most popular genres.
"I am busy with my first studio EP which drops early next year. It is an experimental record which explores 6 of South Africa’s most popular genres. The first single from it drops THIS CHRISTMAS DAY, THE 25th called #intoyami which is a yanos song."
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Source: Briefly News