Busisiwe Shezi Mabusi was born on the 1st of September 1985 in South Africa. The Imbewu star has got one son and she is not ashamed to brag about him on Instagram.
Mabusi Shezi acts as Sebenzile on Imbewu The Seed. The character of Sebenzile on Imbewu The Seed. The character of Sebenzile she portrays, is a sister to Kamadonsela (portrayed by Brenga Mhlongo). When Kamadonsela went to prison for murder, she left Sebenzile to take care of her household (her husband and children).
Busisiwe Mabusi Shezi is a musician well known for singing on Joyous Celebrations. The Joyous Celebration singer has made a couple of features and has dropped singles from 2018 through 2019 which include: I Wanna Thank You 2019, I'm In Love With You 2018, Qhubekela Ekujuleni 2018 and Lord I'm Grateful 2018.
It is her busy body that brings drama to the show that makes her a fan favourite. As soon as she starts gracing our screens, the actress attracts a huge following. It will therefore come as a surprise to her fans to know that Mabusi Shezi is actually a gospel singer in real life. Her celestial voice continues to make masses' spiritual journey a smooth sail.
Her singing career is really at the top of the roof and she makes some money from her social media. Shezi also has earnings coming in from Amazon and Apple music that cannot be overlooked. She has already made her mark in the music panorama and here she is again to make a statement in the acting game. The Joyous Celebration singer is also trying her magic in the acting panorama and is executing her debt role on Imbewu flawlessly.
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