- Thuso Mbedu cannot wait for her fans to finally watch The Underground Railroad, she believes it's epic
- Taking to social media with some behind-the-scenes footage, Thuso got fans excited
- The people of Mzansi cannot wait to see the film and are so proud of Thuso for bagging such an incredible role
Thuso Mbedu took to social media with some behind the scenes footage of The Underground Railroad to get fans excited for the big release.
Sharing some clips on social media, Thuso reminded peeps that there is only one week to go until the film is released. The excitement is real.
“1 week to go. Remember you can watch #TheUndergroundRailroad on @amazonprimevideo #May14”
Fans took to the comment section of Thuso’s post to express their excitement and to let her know that they are counting down the days. The people of Mzansi are so proud of Thuso for bagging this awesome role. Hearing her accent just sent people over the edge, she is truly a talented young lady.
“My crush bathong, doing adult things, big things. I have nothing but love for you. Thuso Mbedu. Xhosa author once said 'Ntinga ntakandini'."
“We are within Thuso! Had to get @PrimeVideo just to watch #TheUndergroundRailroad.”
“My excitement got me so nervous as if I'm starring in the film.”
“In character and I can hear an accent, hunny! Yass, make us prouder.”
Briefly News previously reported that Mzansi actress Thuso Mbedu is having a great time in America and is celebrating a new milestone in her career. She's been featured in a magazine in the country before but now she's going to be the covergirl - something she's proud of.
Taking to social media, Thuso spoke about how happy she was to be in Emmy Magazine. She made a beautiful post with snaps from the magazine to show her fans.
"My first US cover on Emmy Magazine! To tell you that I bawled like a baby when I saw that “Faith, Hope, Love” some know that it’s the tattoo that’s on my collar bone but not many know why," said Thuso.
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Source: Briefly News