Siv Ngesi and Coconut Kelz to star in Showmax series

Siv Ngesi and Coconut Kelz to star in Showmax series

Siv Ngesi and Coconut Kelz to star in Showmax series

It’s another massive gig for Coconut Kelz and TV personality, Siv Ngesi. Sive Ngesi and Coconut Kelz will star in Showmax ‘Tali’s Baby Diary.

Coconut Kelz, a character created by comedian/satirist Lesego Tlhabi, will feature in the new season of the Showmax original series ‘Tali’s Baby Diary’.

Siv Ngesi will also star in the same series. Tali’s Baby Diary is the title of season 2 of ‘Tali’s Wedding Diary’.

Lesgo Thlabi is a content creator whose role as Coconut Kelz has taken her to the top. With her YouTube channel, Lesego has got herself quite the following and make her mark with her alter ego, Coconut Kelz. The satirist is also part of Trending SA’s new presenter list alongside Loot Love, Mo Flava and MaBlerh.

Siv Ngesi is a South African actor, a 3 time SAFTA award winning presenter. Sivuyile Ngesi has been on our screens for more than a decade. The actor featured in Redemption, in 2008 as Thomas. He also featured in League of Glory in 2010 as Kaiser Sigcau as well as Mzansi Magic’s S.I.E.S. as Social Impact and Empowerment Strategy employee Ike Molefe. He has also featured in World Unseen, Zeenon Z3 , Schweitzer , Invictus and Long Walk To Freedom. His pedsonality has also made him a choice favourite as an MC and host.

Siv earlier this year made headlines for going drag for the #bussitchallenge as he created a drag character, Sivana. Beyond nd the challenge, Siv has continued to do photoshoots with the character and publish more about her.

“I’ve always loved drag. I’ve always wanted to get involved in drag. I watch a lot of content that is drag. Last year, I played in a rugby team that was more gay men – I was the only straight one – so I’ve always wanted to be involved in it. I love tackling things that don’t fit into the status quo. Am I doing it for reactions? No, I wanted to do drag. I love drag and I love pole dancing. If it’s changing the status quo then so be it, but it’s not my goal. I’m an actor. Transformation is a part of what I do. When you play a character, you never judge the character. You just have to be your character. I have to say being a woman is uncomfortable. It’s not easy.”

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