From Courts To The Studio: Thuli Phongolo Teases First Single After GBV Drama
Thuli Phongolo, known for her role as Namhla on Generations: The Legacy, has been making waves in the entertainment industry. From her early days as a presenter on e.TV’s Craz-e to her breakout role on Generations, Thuli has gained mainstream success. Recently, she has been focusing on her music career, despite facing some criticism. In this article, we’ll explore Thuli’s latest musical venture and the drama surrounding her personal life.
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Thuli Phongolo teases first single with Given Zulu
Thuli Phongolo took a break from social media, but she’s now back and ready to pursue her musical aspirations. She shared on her Instagram stories that she is planning to produce her own music. To give her fans a taste of what’s to come, she teased a snippet of her upcoming single, which she is collaborating on with producer-composer Given Zulu.
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Interestingly, Given Zulu bears a resemblance to Sonnyboy “Maphorisa” Sekowe, who is believed to be Thuli Phongolo’s romantic partner. Recently, the couple faced a hurdle in their relationship, which resulted in public drama. However, they released a joint statement addressing the incident and expressing their desire to resolve the matter privately. Thuli Phongolo withdrew the charges she had previously laid against Sekowe, and they both emphasized their intent to take legal action against those spreading defamatory or false statements.
Public Reaction and Social Media Buzz
The couple’s joint statement has sparked a flurry of activity on social media. Some social media users anticipated this move from Thuli, while others were shocked by the turn of events. The hashtag “Forever yena” began trending as Twitter users took the opportunity to share their opinions and make humorous comments about the couple.