Jessica Nkosi debuted on the latest episode of Mzansi Magic’s The Queen, which aired on Friday, 21 August 2020. The actress, who plays the role of Thando Sebata, arrived in town as Hector’s daughter, who is his only hope of continuing his business as a drug dealer. Her opening scene saw her shooting and killing Jaros who played the role of Kenneth Nkosi. She hid in the bushes from Vuyiswa and her father, whilst trying to keep her identity hidden.
– Jessica Nkosi impressed The Queen viewers when she made her debut on the show on Friday
I can’t thank you all enough for all the love and support.I replied and tried to reply to as much as I could.Thank you for supporting my dreams and https://t.co/gO7PPX1J3i’s a privilege for me to be doing what I love and enjoy so much.Thank you for walking with me.Ngiyanithanda❤️
— Jessica Nkosi (@JessicaNkosi) August 22, 2020
The telenovela’s fans took to social media to praise the stunner for her stellar performance and acting skills
– The actress, who plays the role of Thando Sebata, has shared that she is grateful for the love her fans showed her after the show
Jessica Nkosi has made her much-anticipated debut on popular telenovela The Queen. The stunner recently took to social media to express her gratitude to her followers who enjoyed seeing her on their small screens again.
The viewers of the show praised the award-winning actress after she appeared for the first time on the show on Friday. She plays the role of Thando Sebata. Thando works hand-in-hand with her father Hector Sebata – a role played by veteran actor Rapulana Seiphemo.
The former Isibaya star’s fans flooded her timeline on Twitter with praises after her first impressive appearance on The Queen. The humbled actress took to the micro-blogging app to respond to her followers. Jessica tweeted:
“I can’t thank you all enough for all the love and support. I replied and tried to reply to as much as I could. Thank you for supporting my dreams and passions. It’s a privilege for me to be doing what I love and enjoy so much. Thank you for walking with me.”
First of all, Jessica Nkosi resembled every inch of Kea Khoza, who was played by Dineo Langa. She was also supposed to play Menzi Ngubane’s wife who hasn’t shown up for shooting because of his continuous battle with kidney failure. The Ferguson’s need to get over their obsession with their late on-screen daughter and not give us another Kea.
Her next scene was with Skhumbuzo and his business partner, who were discussing their next drug purchase. She remained anonymous, gave them a sample of drugs in the latest designer bag and her phone number to keep in touch. Her identity was finally revealed when she met her father, Hector played by Rapulana, who was proud of his daughter for eliminating Jaros and executing their plan to take over the Khoza business empire.
Jessica took to social media to thank her fans for their words of support during the airing of the episode.
“I can’t thank you all enough for all the love and support. I replied and tried to reply to as much as I could. Thank you for supporting my dreams and http://passions.It’s a privilege for me to be doing what I love and enjoy so much. Thank you for walking with me. Ngiyanithanda”