Nomzamo Mbatha trends on social media after the official debut airing of the Mzansi series, Shaka iLembe.
On Sunday night, people viewed the series and the first episode got people talking as the actress’ breasts were made explicitly visible on screen.
Over the past weeks, Pearl Thusi’s bosom quaked the internet, but Nomzamo is currently the talk of the town.
“Just watched #ShakaiLembe so exciting seeing my history so beautifully depicted in ep 1 @NomzamoMbatha looked like a virginal goddess and brought such strength & sass to our Queen Nandi’s legacy.
Congratulations to the cast and crew. All the best for the rest of the season,” Minnie Dlamini wrote.
— Gcina Buthelezi kwaNindwa EMadaka (@SimphiweGcina) June 19, 2023
— Vukani Dlamini eBazini eCentocow (@DlaminiDukani) June 19, 2023
South African men are damaged.
We go to cultural ceremonies every weekend and see women bare breast. It’s not nudity, it’s part of their cultural attire.
Why are you now being weird when it’s Pearl Thusi or Nomzamo Mbatha?
— Shumi Ley’nkezo Ngubane. (@Maqhawe_Ngubane) June 19, 2023
Men will be watching #ShakaiLembe
— Vuka_Africa (@Thisthat_Acadmy) June 19, 2023
Bold of DSTV to take on this historical drama Shaka Ilembe. Bold too is the casting. Too much reverence for King Senzangakhona, played by the handsome Senzo Radebe; he was a drunkard. Queen Nandi, played by the impossibly beautiful Nomzamo Mbatha, wasn’t a well-behaved woman. pic.twitter.com/KDuaXi1Q08
— Mduduzi Dlamini (@Questerr_) June 19, 2023