- Mzansi actress Mapula Mafole hopes that she will get the chance to act in another show again
- The actress is praying to God to give her another opportunity in TV as Rhythm City comes to an end
- Mzansi social media users showed support to Mapula and gave her words of affirmation about her talent
Rhythm City actress Mapula Mafole hopes that she will get more acting opportunities in the future. Rhythm City is set to air its last episode in July and the actors have already wrapped up the shooting of the soapie.
Taking to social media, Mapula spoke about how she can't believe that Rhythm City days are coming to an end. She wrote:
"It's really been a journey of growth. I'll always be grateful. Now I pray God opens new doors for me. So many great shows on SA TV I've been watching. So much talent! I pray there's a place for me."
In a follow-up tweet, Mapula spoke about an actress who started their career in South Africa and is now making waves overseas. The actress is inspired by Thuso Mbedu. She hopes that the same will happen to her in the future.
"And when God wills, I want to be like my inspiration @ThusoMbedu. An international career," said Mapula.
Social media users showed their support to Mapula in the comments section:
"God will carry you and make the way for you!"
"You very talented never doubt that. You still have many characters to play."
"You have a great talent, we will surely see you on our screens soon. Keep the faith."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Thuso Mbedu made it into the US Hollywood version of 'Elle' Magazine. 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."
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