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Thuli Phongolo becomes a joke after people knew how much it costs for her to perform at your event

The price you paid to have Thuli Phongolo perform at your event will make her a laughingstock.

Phongolo (also Thuli P; born 22 January 1994) works in South African media as an actor and DJ. To at least the end of November 2019, Phongolo was actively working as an amateur disc jockey after beginning in the field in September 2017. Phongolo got her start as an actress with the role of Zama on the SABC show Tshisa. In high school, Phongolo played Namhla Diale on the soap series Generations: The legacy. Following his departure from the show in 2018, Phongolo went on to star in SABC's Makoti and Mzansi Magic's The Republic. She made her debut in the role of Hlomu: The Wife on Showmax's telenovela adaptation of Dudu Busani-novel Dube's in the month of November 2021. Her casting in the film I Am Sofia was announced the same month.

Since Thuli Phongolo is also a DJ, he earns a lot of money and has a lot of creative freedom as an actor and a DJ. The more bookings you acquire, though, the more money you may expect to make.

But if people don't like what you've done, you might not get paid. There are reports that Thuli Phongolo doesn't know how to DJ and instead uses pre-recorded mix, therefore it seems that the public doesn't approve of her work.

Furthermore, because of this, many people have rejected her claims and even made fun of her. The following is a screenshot of a post from Musa Khawula on his social media account, in which he revealed that the Thuli Phongolo Chargers were paid R100,000 to play at an event. Thuli Phongolo's performance fee is R20 000. Her baggage includes two bottles of Moet Nectar Imperial, one bottle of Remy Martin VSOP, four gin and tonics, one hubbly bubbly, four cans of Red Bull, and four bottles of still water. A security guard must accompany and accompany her at all times.

People are saying things like, "Thuli doesn't deserve all those things because she doesn't know her job," and "I can't believe they're going to pay someone like Thuli R20,000 to come and play a recorded mix for one hour."

Some people's condescending attitudes toward those struggling to make ends meet is a major factor in why those individuals will never achieve their goals. The power of social media to elevate or degrade your personal brand is immense. Because what people are saying about Thuli will encourage others to distrust her, causing them to never book her, and one negative comment can destroy a person's career. Why is everyone on Twitter and Facebook always complaining? Absolutely unacceptable.


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