"People have bathed" Asavela Mngithi comments on Sdumo Mtshali's picture leaving fans in stitches
By PennyM | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1504 views
Don't take your friends with bubbly personalities too serious because they will give you a headache. Accept that their mood is there to lighten up your life. They always troll us whether in public or private. It is their way of showing us love.
Sdumo Mtshali is one of the talented and well respected actors. He has starred in various shows but one that will always be associated with him is his role on Mzansi Magic's Isibaya. Where he played the role of Sbu Ndlovu. He has been with the show throughout the beginning and until the end.
He hardly shares pictures of himself and it doesn't help that his on Isibaya stays in the villages. Chances of him wearing a suit are slim. Which is why his co-star Asavela Mngithi commented on his picture wearing a suit and said people have bath, which left his fans in stitches.
He captioned the picture "What others say is irrelevant. What your world shows you is possible ceases to impact. Nothing sways you". He looks very clean.
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