- Thuso Mbedu is flying the South African flag really high and was featured in Elle magazine US
- The actress was described as a Hollywood rising star in the article and she is proud of herself
- Social media users took to Thuso's comments section to congratulate her and tell her she's doing well
Actress Thuso Mbedu has totally levelled up. She has been featured in the latest version of Elle magazine in the US. Thuso has been named a Hollywood rising star by the magazine and is truly making Mzansi proud.
Thuso posted photos from the magazine on social media and showed off her latest achievement. She captioned her post:
"Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Here I am as seen in the latest Hollywood Rising Star feature in Elle magazine. An amazingly beautiful write-up by Roxanne Fequiere."
Thuso is starring in an Amazon series titled The Underground Railroad and has caught the eye of many in Mzansi. Not only is she gaining attraction in her own country but she's getting recognition from Hollywood as well.
Social media users were very happy for Thuso and took to the comments section of her post to wish her well. Check out the reactions below:
"I remember when you were a ninja telling my bae this child is going far, going places. Look at you now. Stay blessed and highly favoured."
"I wish you could see my face as I was reading this article."
"Kill them with overtime and work ethic, not forgetting your beauty."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Master KG is going to receive royalties after TikTok struck a deal with SAMRO.
Master KG is preparing to receive a fat cheque for his song Jerusalema after TikTok signed a deal with the Southern African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) and the Composers, Authors and Publishers Association (CAPASSO).
According to a press release, the popularity of South African music on TikTok has led to this deal and artists are set to receive royalties should their music be used on the popular video-sharing app.
"The deal ensures the talented songwriters, composers and music publishers the organisations represent will receive royalty payments when their music is used on the platform," the media release reads.
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