She Still Got It! Gomora Actress Thembi Seete Wows Fans By Twerking On Stage, Recalls Boom Shaka Days

[Image: Instagram/Thembi Seete]

 Gomora Actress Thembi Seete Wows Fans By Twerking On Stage

 

Boom Shaka band member, actor and TV presenter Thembi Seete recently wowed Mzansi with her unmatched flair.

Thembi Seete who is popularly known for her role on Gomora as Gladys decided to take her fans down the Boom Shaka era and showed off her energetic dance moves during one of her electric performances.

 

 

Thembi Seete twerks on stage
Thembi Seete  twerks live  on stage (Image credit: Instagram via @thembiseete_)

Her co-actress Sannah Mchunu who plays the role of Zodwa went out to support her at the concert.

Taking to Instagram, Sannah Mchunu shared a video from Thembi Seete’s performance.

In the video, Thembi Seete who was clad in a well-fitting beautiful denim attire can be seen shaking her body so effortlessly as she twerked live on stage.

Watch the video below;

 

 

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A post shared by Sannah Mcunu (@sanamchunu7)

 

 

So energetic were her dance moves that one would assume she is still in her late twenties. Her performance showed that age is just a number for the entertainer.

Social media followers were well quite impressed with her performance. They took to the comment section to shower her with praise.

Check out some of the reactions;

@nkululeko_selepi;

@thembiseete_ still got it and will never lose it..

@Xperienca_superstar

@thembiseete_ you’re still flexible and looking good..you keep on moving that body and don’t end up drinking procydin.

@mwadinakalola;

Awa sis@thembiseete please release another hit like this 1,after so many years you are still good at it, woow.

@dodospace;

This music still hits hard

Censgel27;

Lebo must be proud where is she laying.

 

Thembi Seete was part of the Boom Shaka kwaito group alongside, Lebo Mathosa, Junior Sokhela and Theo Nhlengethwa. Boom Shaka was one of the most successful kwaito groups of the 1990s. Their legendary music and dance moves left an indelible mark on local culture.

Boom Shaka’s first single, It’s about time, became a hit overnight.

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