SA Singer Is Fighting For A House In Nigeria

We wish her all the best

By  | Apr 04, 2021, 05:07 PM  | Top of The

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South African singer and businesswoman Naledi Boltina is hoping to fly the South African flag high and win big in Nigeria. Naledi is in a competition fighting to win a grand prize of 120million Naira which includes a 5 bedroom apartment in a Nigerian reality TV show titled ‘Celebrity Come Build.’

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Talking about the show on her Instagram, Naledi said the competition is between 12 celebrities picked across Africa. She also revealed that viewers also stand a chance to win big.

Her post read: “Celebrity come build!!! Get ready for this first of its kind reality tv show in Africa as you watch 12 of your favorite celebrities picked across Africa divided into two teams to build a 3 bedroom apartment each. Celebrity Come Build ' reality tv show. #ccbnaija.
“The winner gets a grand prize of N120million naira Consisting a 5 bedroom duplex apartment and the highest voting viewer also gets a 3 bedroom bungalow.”
Speaking to Daily Sun, Naledi called out for fellow South Africans to support her.
“I’d really like for my fellow South Africans to support me by voting for me. I am here because I want to represent my country well. There are three countries competing in this competition, Ghana, Nigeria, and South Africa. I want to be the best because I know I come from a country that’s known for talent,” she told the publication.

The 28-year-old singer who is also an actress and a producer broke into the industry when she was 17. She bagged a lead role on SABC’s short educational film titled ‘The Lilies.’ She played Rosa in the film. Naledi has also appeared on The Gift and Mnet’s Rockville.

Last year she featured the Nigerian BET award-winning rapper Ice Prince on her single titled African King.
Talking about her collaboration with Ice Prince, she told Drum Magazine that: “In the time I’ve been here, we were able to create some really good stuff. When I arrived in Lagos and got into the studio, I reached out to him. After a few conversations, and in between challenging schedule, African King was born.

The collaboration has brought a market that I could only pray for and I am already working on new music. I plan on collaborating with a lot more African artists. In Africa at the moment, I would really love to work with the likes of Master KG, Burna Boy, and Tiwa Savage,” she added.

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