Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokong is a South African actress who plays the role of Dintle Nyathi in the popular TV series in South Africa known as Scandal. Scandal is a TV series that plays every weekdays on Etv at 19:30.
Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokong recently posted a video of her and Gcina Nkosi on social media that made people laugh on social media. Gcina Nkosi is also a South African actress who plays the role of Zinzile Ngema in Scandal. Scandal is a TV series that started way back on September 2005 and went on to be one of the biggest TV series in South Africa.
In this video that Mapaseka posted is shows her and Gcina Nkosi dancing and having fun in studio behind the scenes.
What also made people laugh was the fact the after dancing for just two minutes they were both very tired. The way they were both tired Gcina Nkosi even said she will not be dancing again, while Mapaseka even said how are the people who born in 2000 able to dance for so long.
This video that Mapaseka posted showed just how entertaining they both are, as it also showed by the way they are playing their roles in Scandal very well and showed the people in South Africa that they are talented actresses.
This also shows that South African has very talented actresses that live here in South Africa. Hopefully we will continue seeing more of them on TV and on Scandal as well doing what the love doing.
Here are some of the comments that people on social media made about the video that Mapaseka posted of her and Gcina Nkosi dancing.
To watch the video of Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokong and Gcina Nkosi click on the link below.
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