- Kayise Ngqula is making her Isono debut and the star could not be more excited for her new role
- Kayise took to social media to introduce her character on the TV show and give fans a hint of what's in store
- The TV presenter and actress added that she was grateful to play a motherly role and to be able to work in such difficult times
Kayise Ngqula could not contain her excitement for her Isono debut and took to social media to share it with her fans.
The TV presenter and actress posted a snippet of what fans could expect from her character on the show.
Kayise also wrote about how grateful she was to be able to work when Covid-19 had affected so many, including those in the entertainment industry.
The star added that she was especially excited to have the opportunity to be playing a motherly figure and ended her caption of the sneak peek with:
"I enjoyed finally getting the opportunity to play a motherly figure and hope you’ll enjoy seeing me in that light too. Journey along with her, I have a feeling many of you may relate to her story."
Fans took to the comments to congratulate her on the debut:
nustag: "You are doing fantastic my sweetheart, I love this rain. you deserve everything good that God is showering you with"
salu_ncala: "You are doing soooo well. It’s so beautiful to watch"
buyisiwefani: "My person I enjoy watching you, young and intelligent woman may God increase in 2021 all the best and congratulations keep shining"
Briefly.co.za recently reported on Nandi Madida receiving a personalised gift from Beyoncé to thank her for the contribution she made to Black Is King.
Nandi Madida took to social media to show off a gift she received from the queen herself, Beyoncé Knowles. The Mzansi celeb shared a picture of her gift and the little personalised note that came with it. Beyoncé thanked Nandi for being part of her production Black Is King and expressed how grateful she was for Nandi's presence.
Beyoncé's little note read:
"Thank you for your beautiful contribution to Black Is King. I'm so grateful for you. Love, Beyoncé."
Nandi posted a photo of her gift, which seemed to include a photography print, and the noted and wrote her own message of gratitude to Queen Bey to thank her for the opportunity to be in the project:
"Thank you @Beyonce and the Parkwood team for the beautiful gift, forever grateful & humbled to have been apart of such a great project and working with inspiring people. Ngiyabonga #blackisking"
In previous Beyoncé-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on her daughter Blue Ivy turning 9 years old and fans celebrating the milestone on social media. Beyoncé and rapper Jay-Z's daughter Blue Ivy turned nine on Thursday, 7 January. Blue was born at Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, United States in 2012.
Blue also became the youngest winner of a BET Award at the age of eight when she won the BET Her Award in 2020 for her collaboration on a single titled Brown Skin Girl. The song features Blue's mother Beyoncé, WizKid and Saint Jhn.
Beyoncé's fans took Twitter to share their birthday messages to the little star. Some of them have expressed that they cannot believe that the daughter of the music industry power couple is growing up so fast.
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Source: Briefly News