Behind The Story is wrapping up its fourth season on BET Africa and there's no better method to do it, than to bring our number one Bible thumping,TV female criminal to show us the way.
Connie Chiume is set to speak to on the season finale of BET Africa's Behind The Story, which will air on Saturday, 28 November 2020.
Connie Chiume, who is right now running the roads of Gomora as the shebeen sovereign and criminal genius, Mam'Sonto, will plunk down with the host Pearl Thusi in a meeting.
The meeting will remember her excursion for media outlets, her acting gigs, including her most recent one, where she worked with Beyoncé on the notorious Black Is King collection.
Connie Chiume's Ma'Sonto on Gomora has made even the simple demonstration of eating an apple look like unnerving business.
With Sonto, you can't be sure whether she will embrace you or drive a blade in your chest.
Connie Chiume once depicted Sonto as a layered and unusual character saying
Sonto is quite a layered lady. Brief she's asking and the following she's in the back office checking cash from commandeering benefits. I idea individuals would loathe her or when they see me they would carry on however rather individuals are simply captivated. The thing is she's not professing to be both of the sides individuals have seen, she's really both."
We trust her, Mam'Sonto as of late appealed to God as she thought about murdering her girl Thathi.
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