Celebrities in the entertainment industry have the best, mostly talented and fun careers. It's a shock when actors and singers choose politics during their careers as it is difficult and exhausting.
Here are the famous people who have given up on third political careers:
1. Fana Mokoena
Fana is the veteran actor of Yizo Yizo, Generations, World War Z, Hotel Rwanda and The Lab, and is well know for his roles in this field. He took eight years off our screens to focus on his role as Parliamentary Representative of the Economic Freedom Combatant (EFF).
Since then, Fana Mokoena has been back on our small screens as a Vukile Khubeka, on e.tv Scandal, and viewers are happy to see him.
2. Ringo Madlingozi
Ringo Madlingozi is a veteran jazz singer with numerous hits under his name and albums. When he was sworn in as an EFF parliamentarian it came as a shock. People were amazed at the political party's choice because it takes a good deal of time and power.
Ringo admitted that he had chosen the right party for Drum Magazine. "I and who I can't hide myself. I'm comfortable with this political party. They don't have any fear and I love them "Drum Magazine was told by Ringo.
Madlingozi doesn't intend to release new music any time he spends more time in politics, even though his first love is music.
3. Mmabatho Montsho
Mmabatho Montsho began her stage work in 2006 with her first appearance on the SABC 1 A Place Called Home. The actress, writer and film director Mmabatho At the EFF Manifestos for the 2019 elections, Montsho was seen as a practical figure. Despite her investment in politics, Montsho has demonstrated her ability to do many things as a Master in Screen and Script Writing has recently taken place.
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