Pearl Thusi, a.k.a Mamma Pantha, will be hosting a jungle themed bash at Sumo nightclub on Friday, 14 September 2018.
Since breaking out into the film and television industry over a decade ago, Pearl Thusi has truly endeared herself to South African fans. She is affectionately known as Mamma Pantha by her fan group, the cubs.
On Thursday, 13 September 2018 Thusi excitedly announced that she will be hosting a jungle-themed party event at Sumo nightclub in Rosebank, Johannesburg on Friday, 14 September 2018.
She wrote, “🏽🦁🌶 Me. You. Sumo. Friday. 🏾😘@sumonightclub. To my cubz & all the party animals … lets make it a night to remember…”.
She later added, “twould be an understatement to say that I CANT WAIT!! 🏽🏽🏽”, posting the promotional video clip for the event.
Pearl Thusi was born and raised in Kwa-Zulu Natal. She began her career as a model, venturing into acting in film and television series later. She has featured in South African television series Zone 14, Soul City, Rhythm City, Family Bonds, Number 1 Ladies Detective Agency, Jacobs Cross and Isidingo. She has since landed two international movie roles and was a recurring character on the second season of American drama series Quantico. Her latest project, starring as a Nubian warrior princess in Scorpion King: Book of Souls will release on DVD and BluRay this October.
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