Luyanda Mzazi: ‘I’m an independent woman. I don’t rely on my father.’

Luyanda Mzazi: ‘I’m an independent woman. I don’t rely on my father.’

Luyanda Mzazi, more widely known as Lesedi on Generations: The Legacy is a young woman who created her own success.

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In a report by SunBuzz, she said that her face will soon be all over TV screens.

“I’m involved in other acting projects to be aired later this year.”

Briefly.co.za learnt that the bright and fresh 21 year old had recently spent time in Durban where she was part of the panel of judges searching for the 10 top women maskandi artists.

“It was a very humbling experience.”

“I have to admit it was scary at first but the experience meant a lot to me.”

“I had a wonderful time in Durban as this was my first experience outside Joburg.”

“I went there as part of a panel of judges searching for maskandi women to join the Izindlovukazi ZikaMageba maskandi group.”

Luyanda expressed her humbling excitement to have been part of the competition.

“To be honest I never knew that maskandi music was a popular genre in other provinces.”

She made it clear that her father, who is a major house music producer, was not the reason for her success and that she made it on her on steam.

“I’m an independent woman. I don’t rely on my father.”

This feisty up and coming actress is definitely someone to watch out for.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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