Rami Check is a media personality and actress from South Africa. She has worked as an actress for almost a decade. Her most recent popular character is Gracious, who she performed on The Queen. She was reportedly fired from the show, and she did it gracefully and without incident. She has since performed on various shows, but her part on the Queen is still remembered by fans. Some have even argued that the show has never been the same since her departure.
After the heritage Weekend, Rami took to Instagram to share that she also attended a wedding over the weekend. She was wearing a wedding gown. So people assumed she was alluding to her own wedding when she hinted to a wedding. She was previously married, however the marriage ended in divorce. So people thought this indicated that she has rediscovered happiness and wishes to begin anew. She looked stunning, and it even appeared as if celebrities close to her were aware that she was getting married through their comments.
What was surprising though, is the fact that she didn't mention who her spouse is, but still people thought she just wanted to keep things private. There are some celebrities prefer to keep their relationships private, so this wasn't new at all.
It has now been revealed that Rami was getting married, but it is part of the show that she is going to be part of. She will be starring on the new season of Giyani Land of Blood, and the character that she'll be playing there is the one which will be getting married. Some celebrities fell for it as well, and they were on the comments section commenting to the post. Only to discover now that she was actually not talking about her own wedding in reality.
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