- Pearl Thusi is doing some extensive martial arts training to prepare for her new role in a Netflix production
- Pearl shared a video of herself training with a martial artist and was seriously pumping up some kicks
- Mzansi social media users took to her comments to commend Pearl for her incredible work ethic
Mzansi actress Pearl Thusi recently landed herself a new role in an international Netflix production called Wu Assassins. The actress has now revealed that she's been doing extensive martial arts training to get ready to play her character.
Pearl took to social media and shared a video of herself serving dropkicks and punches. She captioned the footage:
"Form needs so much work. So much to learn. Thank you @sathian_somkhao."
Judging by the minute-long video of Pearl training with the martial artist, it looks like her new role is going to be filled with action. Perhaps she might be serving that Queen Sono energy once again.
Pearl has always thrived to challenge herself in her acting career and worked hard to get to where she is now. Fans were thrilled for her when she spilled the beans on what she was working on next.
Mzansi social media users commented on Pearl's post with some reactions. Take a look at them below:
"Wow Pearl. This is a lot of work and you're putting in the work."
"Yass. The work ethic is hectic. I stan."
"This is the biggest clap back for all the hate you've received. Well done pearl."
"Nice one Sis. Keep up the good work."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Pearl Thusi trended on social media after bagging an international Netflix role. Pearl Thusi has bagged an international role in a Netflix series. This is according to entertainment blogger Phil Mphela.
According to Mphela, the series is a Netflix martial arts show. Thusi will be starring in the second season of the series called Wu Assassins. The season will reportedly be filmed as a two-part movie. Production is currently shooting in Thailand.
Pearl Thusi trended in South Africa after the news was announced as social media users shared their thoughts.
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