- Mihlali Ndamase's debut Rhythm City episode aired last night, 22 April and she has updated her social media to include 'actress'
- Fans were buzzing to see their favourite Mzansi influencer Mihlali on screen and she looked happy to be there as well
- Mihlali was so proud of her debut that she took to social media to share a little clip of it
Mihlali Ndamase appeared on Mzansi TV screens for the first time last night, 22 April. Having bagged a role on Rhythm City, Mihlali’s acting career has officially started.
Mihlali fans waited patiently to see her debut. Seeing this stunning influencer on screen was a real treat.
The official Rhythm City social media page posted a snap of Mihlali in action, promoting her debut. Congratulations, sisi!
“She really could not hold in her frustrations. #RhythmCity, tonight at 7PM.”
Fans were really excited to see Mihlali on-screen on took to the comment section of the post to let Rhythm City know that they made a good decision when hiring her.
“Wait is that @mihlalii_n??Woooow can't wait for this one.”
Mihlali also took to social media to share her debut with great pride.
“As she adds ‘Actress’ to her bio. #RhythmCity”
Mihlali Ndamase is one of South Africa's celebrities who became popular because of her makeup tutorials on YouTube. She has a passion for skincare products, make-up, as well as beauty, and this granted her the opportunity to work with major brands like MAC Cosmetics, Urban Decay, Benefit Cosmetics, Samsung, NYX Professional makeup, and Aldo. As a professional make up artist, Ndamase is presently under MAC training.
Moreover, her story would not be complete without mentioning the fact that after she was born, her grandmother raised her in a small town in KwaZulu-Natal province known as Kokstad in South Africa.
Briefly News previously reported that social media influencer Mihlali Ndamase always serves looks and had some beautiful wigs in her arsenal. The beautiful influencer opened up about an incident where one of her precious wigs got stolen at the airport.
She tweeted: "I’m so f****** annoyed. Someone at the airport broke the cable off my bag and stole my wig."
Mihlali was very disappointed with the incident and her tweet was accompanied by crying emojis. Wigs are very expensive, especially when they've been customised to fit the user's taste.
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