She has the plug and the bling too. The River actress Dlathu shows off her real-life boyfriend. Celebrated actress Tina Dlathu, who stars as Khwezi on The River, wowed Mzansi when she shared a series of videos on social media. Undoubtedly, several celebrities are best known for keeping their private lives under wraps. After all, she is not like others. We can all agree that she doesn’t care to maintain a low profile, especially regarding her romantic relationships.
She recently pulled a shocker to her followers on her tik tok page when she flaunted her boyfriend carelessly. Many thought the popular TikTok dance trend would end there and that she would show her man’s hand and continue dancing alone, but that wasn’t the case when the tall, enigmatic figure appeared, and his face wasn’t even blurred.
Tina is very confident in this relationship because she revealed that she believes her partner has the same energy level and is just as silly as she is. A few months ago, she hogged headlines when she was rumoured to be dating Lawrence Maleka.
We never saw this coming: The River actress Dlathu shows off her real-life boyfriend
He starred in The River as Zolani. She didn’t mention him by name or tag him, but she seemed that it was sufficient for fans to see his face and stop referring to her on-screen boyfriend as her real-life boyfriend when she is obviously in a committed relationship.
When your man is as goofy as you are😍😂 #fyp
Tina Dlathu is Sindi Dlathu’s sister in real life, and lately, people have complained that she was given the role simply because her sister is in the cast. Tina acts as Khwezi in The River. She belongs to the wealthy and powerful Hlophe family, who was introduced in season five of the 1Magic telenovela. Bukhosi, a traditional patriarch who is sly and dangerous, is the head of the Hlope family (played by actor Bheki Mkhwane). She is the youngest member of the family. However, the context didn’t support Mzansi’s acting. She was allegedly hired for being a producer’s sister rather than chosen for her talent.
Recently, The River has been in the news for all the wrong reasons. The drama series’ viewers want it cancelled after careful consideration. Its demise has been attributed to the drama series Mzansi Magic’s altered plot and narrative. The series’ issues have worsened due to reused plotlines and a sizable actor exodus. On social media, Mzansi weighed in on the discussion and cited the showrunners as the cause of the drama series demise. Additionally, they criticized the producers for casting relatives in the drama series rather than actors with proven acting talent.