Shamiso Mosaka Scores A Major Gig

Like mother like daughter!

By  | Jun 04, 2021, 01:08 PM  | Shamiso Mosaka  | Top of The

Post main image
TV personality and YouTuber Shamiso Mosaka is following in her mother's footsteps and also cementing herself well within the entertainment industry.

Read More: Azania's daughter opens up: I've never been organized to be a 'stocko'

MTV Base VJ recently announced that she has scored a huge presenting gig. Shamiso said MTV's Ghosted: Love Gone Missing is coming to South Africa and she is the host for the show. She said she is grateful to have two shows in the bag.

She tweeted: “I’m soooo happy to announce that ’Ghosted: Love Gone Missing’ has come to SA and I’m the host! feeling so blessed and grateful to have two shows in the bag, can’t wait for everyone to see it!”

Ghosted: Love Gone Missing is a show that helps people who have been "ghosted" find closure.

Congratulating Shamisa, Thandolezwe responded: "I am always going to affirm just how deserving you are Shami, it’s only growth and staying power from this point."

@Nellyjelly: "Yooohhhhh I'm so happy to see this news, I love that show, and I love you! you deserve it."
A few days ago, Shamiso tweeted that someone had mistaken her for Jub Jub and you can say that maybe sis was giving out hints about her new show.

She tweeted: "So I’m shooting a show and we’re at an apartment building with lights and cameras and shit, does this one guy not come out of his unit and run away from us, after getting a better look he comes back and says he thought it was Jub Jub."

Here are some of the hilarious reactions from her followers.
Well it seems like this coming season of Jub Jub's Uyajola 9/9 even celebs will have to run for their lives. In a video he shared on Instagram, Jub Jub promised to leave no stone unturned.

Name dropping celebrities such as Prince Kaybee, AKA, Mihlali and Da Les baby momma, Jub Jub said: "I heard something about Kaybee, yall know that one where he got caught, you don't know about the other one, something about Vato, Mihlali, and baby mama yaka DA Les, AKA...I need all these files because people need the scoop and I need to get to the bottom of it.”

Jub Jub also slammed celebrities who treat their fans badly. He urged celebrities to treat their fans right.

”Some of you all might have been multi-racial kids and grew up in mansions. But there are those that grew up in four rooms, one room but you guys forgot where you come from and are treating fans badly. I don’t like that. Humble yourselves and treat these people right because if you don’t do it then it’ll be a problem. You don’t want your fans switching upon you,” he said.

Read Next: Somizi Supports A Black Owned Bank

Image Cred: Instagram
Read more