80 year old legendary actor caught having fun with young ladies
By Victorkd | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 8380 views
Celebrities are spotted at all times in different places. Some try to behave as professional as possible where there are many people. However, some live their lives the way they want to, whether there are cameras around or not.
There are actors that many South Africans grew up watching. Many drew inspiration from such actors, and realized they wanted to be on TV ever since. These are actors who now jut appear once in a while, for seasonal roles.
Actor Boikie Pholo is well known for his character in Lesilo Rula. He used to play a character called Raithlwana, and that was back in the 90s. His recent projects include Gare-Dumele and Skeemsam. He has never been captured doing anything funny or in his personal space. However, in the video that is attached on the link below, he looks very happy. He is having fun, and drinking with young girls who are hyping him up.
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