Gomora actor Moshe Ndiki ‘Mr Faku’ showed off his basketball skills in the streets, leaving fans clapping hands. As the weekend goes, it seemed that Moshe had been in a great mood as he decided to showcase his basketball skills. For some time now, Moshe had been trending for the wrong reasons. His fight with Twitter user Musa Khawula was the hottest case that left him in the courts. Indeed, Moshe has damaged his social reputation, but he is still prevalent on other streets.
As he cruised around the streets, Moshe saw some ladies playing basketball. Moshe immediately joined the play and showed what he knew about basketball, as visible and joyful as he was. As he showed his skills in the street, Moshe Ndiki left fans wondering if he had ever played basketball. Indeed, Moshe is a happy man at the moment. He doesn’t look like someone who lost his job at Gomora. Probably, he had more things to be thankful to God that overpassed his sorrow of leaving Gomora.
Gomora’s Moshe Ndiki showed off basketball skills in the street.
After a long day at the Youth X by Nedbank, Moshe made sure to have some fun before returning home. He had a good time with the young people working in the streets. The group of youths played songs and danced, and they also played basketball. Probably Moshe will blame his attire for the poor display he showed in front of everyone. He tried to make shots in the ring several times, which never happened.
Moshe blamed the wind saying that its the reason he failed to score, and the youth around him all laughed. After playing and bonding with them, Moshe thanked everyone for coming to support Nedbank’s Youth X. He also thanked his teammates who helped him to play and went away.
Watch Moshe Ndiki showing off his basketball skills in the street
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