- Prince Mashawana, Lerato Moloi's son, is doing the most and is breaking a world TEDx record
- The young man is a comic book author and is set to be a speaker at the upcoming TEDxSandton event
- Taking to social media, Prince let Mzansi know that he is the youngest person to ever speak at a TEDx Talk
Mzansi actress Lerato Zah Moloi's son Prince Mashawana is making waves in his own way. The little boy is the youngest person to host a TEDx Talk. Prince has been working hard and even launched his own comic book series in 2019.
Prince also has merchandise such as T-shirts, caps, lunch boxes and bags in honour of his comic book character. Baby boy is really making serious waves in his career. His character is called SuperMash.
Taking to his SuperMash social media account, Prince gushed about his latest achievement.
"The youngest in the world to ever do a TEDx Talk," he said.
The young author is part of the line-up that is going to be speaking at the latest TEDx Talk in the upcoming TEDxSandton event. Surely, the young man is making his parents proud.
Prince's superhero character, SuperMash faces trials and tribulations that he goes through. What's interesting to note is that at the end of the day, SuperMash focuses on how young people can overcome these challenges.
The young boy is making Mzansi proud and the nation is impressed with just how far he is going in his journey. Prince is a star in his own right.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C hinted at dropping an album in March. Nasty C is ready to drop new music. The There They Go hitmaker has hinted that he might drop a new in mid-March.
The rapper dropped his latest album Zulu Man With Some Power just in August 2020 but has shared that he has about 20 tracks already done and is ready to drop another project soon.
The KwaZulu-Natal-born rapper, who is signed to Def Jam, was speaking in a recent IG Live with US radio personality Justin Credible. The star revealed that the album is complete, SAHipHopMag reports.
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