Gomora telenovela star Ntobeko Sishi, best known for his character as Ntokozo Dlamini, a troubled on Gomora who initially dreamed of getting approval from his strict father Melusi but now is constantly rebelling against him and the ideal life of being a headmasters son. He is constantly in trouble and getting mixed up with unsavoury members of Gomora’s criminal world.
Gomora is a story about inequality starring Katlego Danke, former Miss SA Bokang Montjane and well-known ZAlebs. It follows the lives of two families, one rich and the other poor and how easy it is for those two lives to cross each other. The storyline is always exciting, fresh and touches on current affairs that the real-world is experiencing on a daily basis.
His heartbreaking Tweet to his father, whom he was previously estranged from, shows how mature and lonely he must be to not have both his parents. At least they left him a great future and he is making a name for himself in the entertainment industry.
Everyday I prayed for our reconciliation, but not like this. Thanks for listening to me before your departure. Even though sickness didnt let you speak, I heard you. Forgive and love yourself timer, because I do. RIP Nzimase, tell ma how much I miss her pic.twitter.com/UFThF1ku1C
— Ntobeko Sishi (@SishiiOfficial) September 17, 2020
His fans Tweeted messages of condolences and support, with many of them being hurt by the last part of his Tweet, where he asks his father to say hello to his mother for him in heaven.
21-year-old Ntobeko Shishi is well-educated and humble when not on our television screen, he holds two degrees from the University of Cape Town. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree in Economics & Finance, as well as a Post-Graduate Honours Degree in Entrepreneurship.
When he is not being a rebellious but inspiring teenager with his debating skills on our television screens, or being lusted over by Zodwa Wabantu, the young and ambitious Ntobeko is in studio recording music. The R n’ B singer is currently working on releasing his EP, which will have a relationship and heartbreak song in it, before the end of 2020.
His latest track, which recently dropped, titled IDC… short for I Don’t Care, came about when Sishi was still an intern at an Investment Banking Firm, he says, “It’s a melody that was inspired by a Drake song, and he’s one of my biggest influences. At the time I was going rough a rough break up and I decided to write about it.”
Ntobeko clearly has a bright future ahead of him and his parents must be very proud to have him as a son, the loss of his mother at a young age and now his father may have been the reason he has already achieved so much in his life.
May his father rest in peace.
Black Motion Duo Officially SPlit. This Is Why Murdha Bongz and Smol, Have Gone Seperate Ways
The music industry has been left devastated by the news that popular duo Balck Motion has officially split. The duo with members Thabo Manbongwane aka Smol and Bongani Mohosana aka Murdahbongz a rumored to have decided to go their separate ways. Now a few weeks later, Prince Kaybee has come out to share the news that the duo has actually really gone separate ways.
The rumor of their split was first announced in April by Musa Khawula but at that time, they vehemently denied the news and issued a statement saying “The only change which does not affect the duo is that Murdah has rebranded himself from Murdah to Morda. This is because he is preparing to launch his solo career as a Dj, but still remains part and parcel of Black Motion.
Twitter naturally went into meltdown at the news that Black Motion has separated.
I like how y’all act like Black Motion is the first group to break up, you forgot that there was Malaika, Bhongo Mafin, me and Ndo (DJ Cndo), Rhythmic elements and Teargas … y’all will move on and forget about them soon.
— Collen (@Collen_KM) July 20, 2022
I blame Zodwa Wabantu for breaking up Black Motion… Zodwa broke a spell that was put on the group when she slept with the MOTION of the group & then went on a Podcast tour to brag about it. That’s when the woman DJ decided that she wanted all the BLACK to herself. Fear them!💔🤬
— GOOD Authority (@lavidaNOTA) July 20, 2022
“Women destroyed Kings” Proverbs 31:3-7
– Adam obeyed God before he met a woman
– Samson was destroyed by a woman
– Mampintsha was a big artist before he met a woman
– Kwesta stoped doing good music after getting married
– Black motion separated after a woman was involved
— ChrisExcel (@ChrisExcel102) July 20, 2022
Family Speaks On Actress Busi Lurayi Cause Of Death
Mzansi woke up to the devastating news of Busi Lurayi’s sudden death. Many have been wondering about Busi Lurayi Cause Of Death as nothing much was shared apart from that she had passed on. In a statement shared on social media, Busi Lurayi’s family shared with the nation an update on her cause of death.
Wrote the family.”We are deeply saddened to notify you of the passing of our beloved Busisiwe Lurayi. Busisiwe passed away suddenly and was pronounced dead at her residence on Sunday 10.07.2022 by medical personnel. The reason for her death is still unknown as we await the results of the autopsy report.
We humbly request that you allow us as the family to come to terms with this tragic news. We thank you for the support that has been given so far and will provide further information as soon as it has been made available.
RIP: Busi Lurayi
— Kgopolo (@PhilMphela) July 11, 2022
HERE ARE THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE KNOWN ABOUT BUSI LURAYI.
1. Busi was from South Africa
While Busi has gained international recognition with her appearances on TV shows across the globe (especially appearances on Netflix), she was born and raised in South Africa. Many of her acting appearances were based out of her home country.
2. She began her acting career in 2005
While Busi had a number of critically-acclaimed successes more recently, her acting career spanned over 15 years.
3. She’s most well-known for starring in ‘How To Ruin Christmas’
While she’s appeared in a variety of shows and movies, Busi’s largest acting role was the 2020 Netflix film How To Ruin Christmas, where she played the lead role of Tumi Sello.
4. She appeared in an episode of ‘E.R.’
While Busi starred in a number of programs in her home country, for viewers in the United States, she had a one-off appearance on E.R. in 2006.
5. She has a daughter
Besides being an actress, Busi was a loving mother to a daughter.
Riky Rick Visits Somizi In His Dreams And Shared This Important Message
The late Riky Rick’s death shook everybody and was triggering to many. Somizi Mhlongo was one of the people who was deeply touched by his death and opened up about it in the last episode of Living The Dream with Somizi
Season 5 of Living The Dream reached its end on July 6 with an uneventful few episodes. Viewers do not know how to feel about the season as they all felt the core focus was on his failed marriage with Mohale Motaung.
Nonetheless, we got to hear Somizi’s side of the story. What captured our attention as well was Somizi’s reaction to Riky Rick’s death.
Talking to Vusi Nova, who revealed how shocked he was when he found out about his suicide, Somizi added that he had a dream about the late Boss Zonke.
“Shock of my life. I was just like no way, they’re lying. Like I ever tried to call his number, I called his cousin Bandile and them,” started out Vusi.
Somizi then said, “I had a dream about Riky tweeting me… stop posting lies about me,” he said. Somizi added that this excited him, “I woke up all excited.”
As a person who once thought of committing suicide, he said he understood what those emotions feel like.
“Riky’s passing has really triggered some emotions because I always take it personally when someone says, ‘people who commit suicide, they’re being cowards,’ and stuff like that. For me, I have been on the verge of committing suicide. I know maybe 50 percent of what that darkness feels like. So, it triggered me,” said Somizi.
Riky’s last tweet was him saying he will return a stronger man.
Another person to open up about Riky was Cassper Nyovest who said he thinks about Boss Zonke, everyday.
“I think about Riky Rick every single day. Not a single day can go past without me thinking about him.,” he wrote. He even gushed about how much of a beautiful man he was.
Riky was also in the news after politician Julius Malema, shared a few words about him and how he never attends funerals of suicide victims.
“Artists are not being supported in South Africa and that’s a big problem, but I don’t agree with people who take their lives. I don’t even attend funerals of people who commit suicide.”
“If we are going to resort to that then our children will no longer speak to us. We just wake up in the morning, they have committed suicide. Personally, I have gone through a lot and I’ve never thought of suicide as a solution,” he said.
Julius then added, “We need to encourage our people to speak. You will become a laughing stock for that time, but a solution will be found, there’s always a solution. There are no problems that can not be solved – especially men, they must learn to ask for help. You will only be assisted if you ask for help,” he concluded.