- Media personality and actress Nomzamo Mbatha can't seem to believe that she's a big player in the industry
- The Coming 2 America cast member was recently featured in a major international magazine
- Seeing her reaction to the feature, it's clear that Nomzamo is still coming to terms with how much of a big deal she really is
Nomzamo Mbatha still can’t believe what a huge name she's becoming. In a recent video shared on social media, Nomzamo is seen not being able to hold back her excitement after seeing herself in the internationally-renowned The Hollywood Reporter publication.
The starlet could not get over the fact that she was featured in the magazine and seemed almost in awe of herself.
The publication named her as the "next big thing” to hit Hollywood and they couldn’t be more correct. After her successful showing on Coming 2 America, things can only get better. Instagram users were also in agreement.
Insta user kgopedililokoe said:
"Lalelaaaa... I'm leaping for joy with you. Do you have ANY idea what light you are kodwa Nomzamo???"
"Aaaaaaaahhhh!!!! All the girls in my house screaming! All! Amazing! Amazing!"
"Such a queen."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nomzamo Mbatha recently took a stroll through the streets of Hollywood in Los Angeles. The South African-born artist has made a home for herself in America as she works hard to make a name of herself in the city of lights.
Taking to Instagram, Zamo shared some dope pictures of her stroll, showing off her famous legs in the process.
Nomzamo shot to fame in Mzansi with her role in the now defunct Isibaya. Thereafter the young actress has big dreams of making it abroad.
She landed her first international role in the hugely-successful Coming 2 America. Since then, she has been featured in several international publications. The future is most definitely looking bright for this starlet.
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Nomzamo Mbatha is very charitable and she has shown it once again. The popular actress has donated 20 desktop computers to a rural high school in KwaZulu-Natal and is beaming with pride because she was able to make it possible.
"I contacted Bet Software to assist me in donating desktops to a school in one of the most remote areas of KwaZulu-Natal, eJozini," said Nomzamo.
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