Tshiamo Molobi who was born on the 17th of May 2003 has appeared on a number of big projects such as Rhythm city as Lefa, The Queen as Tshepo in 2020, Rockville as Delani in 2021, Diep City as Sibusiso and he is currently killing it in Rockville.
Last night the South Africans took to social media to praise the boy for his acting skills and also giving credit to the production companies for giving him the chance he deserves.
An entertainment commentator, Kgapolo Mphela sparked the praises when he wrote that This young boy has a bright future ahead of him.
In a country where we tend to urge actors to rely on words & hysteria to convey emotionhe said this kid impressed him in the last episode of RockVille5.
The scene with the DNA results. No words but boy was ACTING.
People then agreed that the boy is good as they also praise him for his role in Diep City even though he only featured for few episodes, others are praising him for the role in Rhythm City.
A lot of love and support was shown by the South Africans for the boy, saying that he is an amazing actor, that they love him and they enjoy his scenes.
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