Rami Chuene is a famous South African actress who started her acting career on the Etv drama Backstage. She later landed the role of Thato on the Etv drama Scandal, where she played a nurse and mother to Mangi Nyathi. After that, she got more roles. Rami is actually a legend and is even loved by many because she is proud of who she is as she acts in her native language, Sepedi. Besides her work Rami is a proud mom of three beautiful girls.
Kefiloe is the actress 's first born. She has been seen attending several events with her mother and has recently tied the knot with radio and tv personality Smash Afrika. The couple also welcomed a baby boy last year. Its not really known what Kefiloe does for a living but according to her Instagram page, she's a YouTube content creator, fashion designer and model.
She is Rami's second child. She made headlines a few years ago when she graduated from Rhodes University with a BA. Her mom was delighted that she shared photos and videos of the graduation ceremony on her Instagram page. Nthateng is also a lover of tattoos as her body is covered in ink. She also has an Only fans account, which her mother promoted for her on Twitter a few years ago. Rami was of course criticized by many for promoting only fans for her daughter as it is usually associated with posting private pictures and videos.
Botshelo is her mom's last born. The young lady is still in school obviously and has an Instagram account which states that she's a model and also a ballerina dancer. If you look at her, you will notice the resemblance between her and her father. Her father is Tshepo Desando, who was married to Rami.
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