- US superstar Gabrielle Union has shown major love to young Blood & Water actress Khosi Ngema
- The US actress praised the South African thespian for slaying her role in the Netflix drama series
- Khosi portrays the character of Fikile Bhele in Blood & Water and her talent has been recognised by the veteran Deliver Us From Eva star
Gabrielle Union took to social media recently to show some major love to young South African actress, Khosi Ngema. The US thespian praised Khosi for slaying her role in Netflix's Blood & Water.
The 21-year-old portrays the character of Filike Bhele in the drama series. Gabrielle chose Khosi as her #WCW on Wednesday, 29 September. The superstar shared that Khosi is on top of the game regardless of her age.
"Today’s #WCW is the immensely talented @Khosi_Ngema_. She plays Fikile Bhele on Netflix’s series Blood & Water (if you haven’t watched season 1, RUN DON’T WALK! Season 2 just started, and we are already deep). Khosi is only 21 years old and is already killing the game."
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Tweeps, mostly from Mzansi, took to Gabrielle's comment section to praise her for recognising the country's talent. Check out some of their comments below:
"Thank you for highlighting our talent on your platform."
"What an amazing shout-out from an incredible actress from across the pond. This is what true empowerment is."
"The Queen that is Gabrielle Union keeps winning for celebrating black talent across the world."
"This is why I love you, you always cheering up other queens."
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"South Africa stand up. Our sis is out there making us proud. I love to see it."
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Actress Gabrielle Union has shared her surrogacy journey and how it felt not being able to birth her daughter, Kaavia James Union Wade.
In a candid interview with Trevor Noah, the thespian said she felt the importance of telling her story in her new book You Got Anything Stronger, which made her feel liberated.
On her surrogacy journey, Union said she felt like a loser and failure for not carrying her baby and that her body had failed her. She felt her hubby Wade deserved "something other than" her.
Not having the nine months to bond with her baby in her belly, Union felt that she and her husband had to work hard to create a bond with Kaavia.