Lunathi Mampofu’s Emma is the new girl on the block and has become a hit with fans of The River Mzansi. She’s come on to the scene and has got Lawrence Maleka’s Zolani acting like a lovesick puppy.
However, Sindi Dlathu’s Lindiwe is convinced that she’s a fraud and only after Zolani’s money. She’s tried all she can to get her to leave, even going as far as offering her money, but Emma isn’t going anywhere and intends to stay. Not so long ago, she and Zolani spontaneously tied the knot to Lindiwe’s disapproval.
Do you share the same thoughts with Lindiwe on Emma being disingenuous or do you believe that she truly loves her husband? While you think about an answer to that, check out five interesting facts about, Lunathi, the actress who portrays her.
The Mampofu Twins
In case you didn’t know, the actress is the big sister of the famous Mampofu twins Oros and Prince Mampofu.
Emma, or in this cased Lunathi, used to be sing opera and gospel, she’s even gone overseas with her singing.
She’s A Designer
Mampofu is a designer and designs some of the clothes she wears.
She Is Married and It’s Legit
The actress is married and unlike her character it is legit. She and her husband Dylan revealed in an interview with Top Billing that they met a restaurant. The couple is also obsessed with food.
She’s Obsessed With Fitness
Lunathi does Ebody and goes to the gym about six to seven days a week. Talk about staying in shape!
The River’s production recently came to a halt after a cast/crewmember tested positive for Covid19. All the cast members are currently under quarantine while the set is being decontaminated. A great deal of support has also been shown to the affected cast member.
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