The media personality successfully dabbles between acting and producing and her debut film, Baby Mamas achieved box office success. Although South Africans came out in their numbers to support her, the star is disappointed that her film is being pirated. Take a look at the tweet below:
The success of Baby Mamas has been unprecedented, the film showcased at the Toronto Black Film Festival, New York Africa Festival and Durban International Film Festival.
In an interview with ZAlebs, the star opened up about the process of making the film, “We worked ourselves to the bone, to get this project to the cinema and even in our marketing drive, so the success has been humbling. Stephina always says that filmmaking is like an extreme sport and we have learnt that it is exactly that. There is still a lot of work to be done to get our film industry to where it needs to be,” she said at the time.
Salamina is not the first star to speak out against piracy, a couple of years ago, Zahara spoke about the effects of piracy in an interview with IOL, “People are getting my albums for between R1 and R10 on the streets, when we put so much effort and money into them. With Loliwe I’m sure we would have sold more than a million if it wasn’t for piracy. And so many music stores are also closing because of it.”
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