Larona Moagi is a well-known South African lawyer and actress who has had some accomplishments in the entertainment industry as an actress. She was born and raised in Protea North. She is famously known as 'Tumi' due to her role in the popular TV series, The Rivers.
In the series, she portrayed the role of the daughter of Moshidi Motshegwa. The young star's acting career came to a hault after a lot people questioned her ability to act as she was playing the role of Tumi on the show. Even though some people might have had problems with her acting, some really loved to see her perform.
Now she is a brand ambassador and she has been doing a phenomenal job as an ambassador, she has been winning a lot of people's hearts with her mind blowing posts on social media. Ever since she left the show, Larona has definitely changed and she looks even more beautiful. Here are some of her pictures showing her transformation.
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