Former Rythm City actress, Samkelo Ndlovu wishes her little angel a happy birthday.
By MrHubNews | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 373 views
Samkelo a South African actress. She briefly acted on the SABC 1 soap opera Generations where she performed the function of DJ Lulu and had a aiding role on the SABC 1 football drama series Zone 14 where she portrayed the persona of Sonia.
Samkelo Ndlovu made her debut on the e.tvsoap opera Rhythm City in July 2013 as Lerato. On Rhythm Cityshe worked alongside legit actors in the industry including Jamie Bartlett. Samkelo Ndlovu has been referred to as announcing she is more worried about perfecting her craft than getting endorsements or gathering a social media following. She keep a view that method acting is dangerous.
On her recent post she left fans stunned with her lovely picture with her little angel. She was telling people that her little angel is growing today. It is wonderful news. We wish Samkelo and her little angel a happy life, and a happy birthday to her little angel Zhuri. Please comment, like, click and kindly share.
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