First Look At Pearl Thusi In Wu Assassins Season Two

Mzansi cannot stop singing her praises

By  | Jan 20, 2022, 11:41 AM  | Pearl Thusi  | Top of the

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Media personality Pearl Thusi really knows how to slay. She's all about that "another day, another slay life."

Pearl has been in the industry for several years now and her talent never ceases to amaze her fans. Her impeccable acting skills have landed her roles in a variety of international projects, and we are here for it.

Pearl recently bagged a role in the 2nd season of Netflix's martial arts series Wu Assassins and now the online streaming platform has released the first look at the action-packed series and the excitement is infectious.

Pearl who stars in the series will be one of the lead characters. The highly anticipated film will premiere on February 17. In a tweet Pearl said she cannot wait for her fans to see the film and she misses the cast and crew.
Pearl had not revealed before that she would star in the American marital series until it was confirmed today. News of her casting was revealed by
 Phil Mphela, who hinted that she might star in the series, since it was in production at the time in Thailand.

Pearl shared videos of her doing some martial arts training. She captioned the video "Living a dream...Usually when I go to bed, muscles aching and bones shaking- I count every blessing. As a kid I played with the boys- and only played physical games with the girls... loved action movies. Today I get paid to look like I can actually fight, but I actually just found new ways to play with the boys and girls who like to play like me. Girls like @jujuchanszeto who are faster and stronger than me!"

"Thanks to the boys who teach me and let me pretend to beat them up - and thank you for the people who give me the opportunity to continue making the child in me happy and seen.

"Additionally- the guy training us actually trains champions- real fighters would kill to have him as a teacher but here he is- teaching muaythai to amateurs like me- with passion and care. What a [email protected]_somkhao @sathianmuaythai."

Pearl was left heartbroken when it was announced that one of her international projects had been cancelled. Queen Sono got canned in late 2020 due to problems related to COVID-19. “We’ve made the difficult decision not to move forward with season 2 of Queen Sono. We are incredibly proud of the Diprente team for sharing their audacious vision and bringing it to life with Netlflix. A huge thank you to our fans across the world for the love shared for our first African Original series. Netflix is also grateful to the amazing efforts shown by the cast and crew for their stellar efforts in creating this show for our members around the world. We’ll continue to work closely with South Africa’s creative industry to keep producing more compelling ‘Made-in-South Africa’ stories.” said a Netflix Spokesperson.

Congratulations to the actress.

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