- Media personality Shauwn Mkhize has made her first appearance on the TV show Uzalo
- The socialite plays a character very similar to her real life personality so fans are not surprised
- Mzansi social media users have reacted to seeing the flamboyant businesswoman make her acting debut
Socialite Shauwn Mkhize made her debut on the SABC1 soapie last night.
The announcement of her being cast on the show was met with mixed reactions from viewers. This made the anticipation to see what she would bring to the screen higher.
Social media user took to Twitter to share their thoughts about her first appearance.
Twitter user skhuw said:
“Oh so Mam’Mkhize is on 'Uzalo' to buy the church”
“Lmao MaMkey is buying the church on Uzalo? Haike”
“Bazathi uya act Mamkhize and then she buys the whole production of Uzalo for real bavele banye”
“MaMkhize is living her best life”
“I thought Mamkhize will be some Aunt from the village.....she's filthy rich on #Uzalo also.”
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Big Zulu has proved that he is a man of many talents. The rapper's album is doing very well and has even been nominated at this year's SAMAs. The star recently made his debut on one of Mzansi's most loved soapies, Uzalo.
The viewers of the popular SABC1 show were impressed by his acting skills. The KZN-born entertainer shared a clip of one of the scenes of the telenovela on Twitter and his fans couldn't believe how good of an actor he is.
Big Zulu is not new to acting. He spent a few months on Isibaya. But after Isibaya, he focused more on his music career. He released a smash album titled Ungqongqoshe Wongqongqoshe and it is definitely a success. The rapper's album has been nominated in the Best Hip Hop Album category.
Inkabi's fans who did not get a chance to watch him on Isibaya finally got to see their fave on their small screens this week. Many of them, who commented in Zulu, urged Big Zulu to find a balance between acting and rapping.
"Perfectly executed! You're great Nkabi. Your Zulu accent too."
"Bafo, you must keep that balance between music and acting. As much as you're the best on the mic, we also need you on our screens. You're a natural born artist."
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