Tebogo Thobejane is thrilled to be returning to television and pursuing her first love, acting. When asked by TshisaLIVE why she left SABC2's Muvhango, where she played Belinda, a wedding planner, the actress and podcaster was unable to provide an answer. She said she was never informed that she was no longer a cast member of the show.
While Tebogo's life has been riddled with drama because to her former buddy Inno Morlong, she claims she's focused on regaining her bag, and her participation in Mzansi Magic's Diep City is proof of that. "I'm starring in a TV show." Muvhango is where I've been. I currently own and operate two businesses. I recently purchased my first home. Tebogo tells TshisaLIVE, "I'm winning."
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The actress admits that her position on Diep City is minor, but she is happy for the opportunity. "It wasn't a major role, but it was significant." I've been hustling since I was a kid. I'm an inspiration, and there's much more to come from me."
Tebogo has been renowned as a slay queen with affluent connections on social media for a long time. But now the focus is on her brand as an actress and podcaster on MacG's network's City Girls.
"We should let individuals do what they need to do to live, but in a well-informed manner. "People believe that doors are always open for girls like me. I suppose by now I should have a reality show, which I don't. "We want to reflect working girls who are also businesswomen," she explains.
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