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He is young: Lingashoni actor Siya Sepotokele ‘Donald’s age gets Mzansi talking

Siya Sepotokele People are amazed by how much Donald Nondumo cares about his family and how much he supports his wife. Even though his drunk mother tried to get into his head, he was able to keep his cool and make a good decision. Fans have given the actor a lot of praise for playing a mature man and making it seem like he is older than he really is.

Siya Sepotokele's work gives him an air of maturity that makes many people think he's in his 30s. For some reason, he often makes light of the fact that people his age are more comfortable with older people. This affected both his acting career and the style of music he liked and pursued.

Siya Sepotokele and Lerato

Siya Sepotokele and Lerato-Source: Instagram/SiyaSepotokele

Mzansi is shocked by how old Lingashoni actor Siya Sepotokele is.

Even though the actor was born in 1995, he is only 27 this year, which makes him look older than he is. In Lingashoni, Lerato Nxumalo's best performance is as Mpumi Cele. This role goes to a child who stands by his parents and treats them with respect no matter what happens or if he agrees with them. He may be so grown up because he is learning how to run the family business one day.

Siya Sepotokele Siya Sepotokele-Image Source(Instagram/SiyaSepotokele)

People who know Siya well think that he has a great singing voice and could become famous in the music business. Since then, he has been in a number of movies, including Muvhango and The River, the Republic. His fans have been waiting patiently for it since he told them he was putting out a first album.


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