Bobo Mbhele is one of South Africa's rising stars. He has amassed a massive following on social media because of his chatty and vivacious personality. His lingo Ilwa Ntombo ungavumi ukuba mubi has drawn attention from most parts of the country. His biography unveils who he is.
You don't need to be concerned if you've heard of the brilliant actress but have yet to check out his work. Slay queen videos by Bobo Mbhele can be found on his Facebook page.
A few years ago, Bobo became famous on social media when he called himself a slaying queen and warned women that he was watchful in taking their men. Apart from the phrase, a new song was performed on social media platforms by the middle of November 2020 and Bobo was supposed to be the hit. The song was titled Ilwa Ntomboo, the phrase signed by Bobo Mbehle. One Man L showing Black Crzy Boy had published the song, and Bobo blasted the artist, claiming that the song's title was stolen. He went on to separate himself from the song and said.
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