- Letoya Makhene has taken a trip down memory lane after being reunited with an on-screen friend from her Generations days
- The actress and Mamlambo's reunion took place at her son's fourth birthday party, as she invited a mobile zoo to entertain the kids
- Letoya shared a video of her and the snake getting reacquainted and followers are convinced she is superwoman because they would never!
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Letoya Makhene's video from her son's birthday party took peeps back to her days as Tshidi on Generations: The Legacy. The actress shared her brave reunion with her slithering co-star leaving fans in her of her ability to be so fearless.
SowetanLIVE reported that in 2016 Letoya took on a brave role on Generations that required her to become rather friendly with a snake named Mamlambo. At the time, the ritual scene caused a bit of controversy but was later okayed by broadcasters.
Letoya Makhene's son recently turned four and the happy family invited the mobile zoo to their home to entertain the little kiddies with a few animals. Letoya shared a video of one of the animals she took a liking to and followers were instantly reminded of the infamous scene.
The actress was excited to see her old friend and wrote:
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"I told Fanie from @mobilezoojhb that I’m not having him over unless he comes with #Mamlambo. It’s been about 5years since I last saw her and wanted to see just how big she’s gotten."
Letoya Makhene takes to social media as her sweet boy Kopano turns 4, couldn’t be more proud
Briefly News reported Letoya Makhene’s little man Kopano just turned four and he has made his mother the proudest lady alive. They really grow up too fast!
Taking to social media on Kopano’s birthday, Letoya shared a snap from the birthday celebrations and poured her heart out in the caption.
Being a mother is Letoya’s greatest achievement and she could not be more proud of the young man that Kopano is becoming. Watching him grow and being his mom is such a blessing.
Sharing her hectic birth story, Letoya made it clear that she would do it ten times to have him.
“My body spent most of the night reliving the labour pains and pregnancy experience the night before up until the early hours of yesterday morning.
“It was the craziest feeling as I’ve only gone through this once before, so I had completely forgotten about it until I did a Medical Intuitive Reading on myself and the “Aha” moment hit me!”