- The male cast members of Netflix's Savage Beauty Oros Mampofu, Mpho Sebeteng, and Jesse Suntele was spotted spending time together outside of the set
- The cast's drama series is set to launch on May 12 on the streaming service and Mzansi is waiting in anticipation
- South African celebrities and fans of the actors flooded their Instagram posts to compliment how good the gents look
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Netflix will premiere its new drama series Savage Beauty on 12 May and Mzansi viewers are holding on to their seats. Produced by Quizzical Pictures, the series is packed with veteran and new South African actors including the likes of Nambitha Ben-Mazwi, Mpho Sebeteng, and John Ncamane.
Recently one of the actors of the series, Oros Mampofu took to Instagram to share a picture of himself and his male cast members hanging out, outside of the series set. In the post, he is seen hanging out with Mpho Sebeteng and Jesse Suntele at the Johannesburg Marriot Hotel Melrose Arch.
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"The boys are SAVAGE. Introducing…The #savagebeauty boys @netflixsa"
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Fans of the actors flooded the post to compliment how good looking they are with @blurrr_ed_m saying:
"African men must have had a deal with God because what's this?"
"Yeses this picture is worth boma R1B trust me"
"Looking like an African Pop Boy band, can you say A-Pop"
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The actor took to social media to share a picture of himself on the set of the show last year to announce t his fans that he got the new gig. His fellow entertainment industry peeps flooded his comment section to congratulate him.
His fans also took the opportunity to congratulate him and show him some love, with others saying they have seen him grow into the industry.
Source: Briefly News