Former Idols SA contestant Sneziey has ventured into acting. Sneziey will join Uzalo as a singer at the KwaMashu Kingdom Church
. According to Uzalo’s trailer, she will be a guest singer at the Kingdom Church of Kwamashu; however, it’s not clear if her character will last for long or if she will appear in one episode.
The chances of being a permanent actress are there if she manages to woe Mzansi with her flair and unique, entertaining skills.
In the acting industry, it often happens that an actor will be hired to feature on one episode but will secure a permanent job due to her extraordinary prowess, just like the character of GC, played by Khaya Dladla on Uzalo. She joined the cast as a guest actor, but he impressed Mzansi and the show Uzalo with her unmatching acting skills, which resulted in her becoming a lead actor.
Well, Mzansi is jovial to see their favourite singer and model on Uzalo flexing her entertaining craft as she proves to be the jack of all trades.
A career in the entertainment industry
Sneziey hit her jackpot in the entertainment industry when she auditioned for Idols SA season 15. She had a unique charisma complimented by an angelic voice and was the first runner-up to lose the medal to Loyiso.
After coming in second place at Idols, SA Sneziey joined the Joyous Celebrations gospel choir as a backing vocalist, which marked the beginning of her gospel career.
As she was on Joyous Celebration, she decided to stretch her wings into modelling. Sneziey is a plus-size fashion model partnered with Thickleeyonce to advertise suitable outfits for plus-sized women.
Sneziey on being a Sangoma
The celebrated singer top trended on social media after she posted a picture rocking an Isphandla outfit( a traditional wristband made from goat or cow skin). Many suspected she had an ancestral calling since she was slaying like a sangoma; however, she poured cold water on the claims in an Instagram post.
Dear Christians, l am not a Sangoma and l have not gone through any initiation process(ukuthwasa).
I Sinenhlanhla Msomi am a born-again Christian and l love Jesus but l am also a child in the Msomi household. I was raised here and the Msomi perform traditional and cultural ceremonies so l would never go as far as questioning that.
I will not defy the rules of this household instead l will humble myself. Remember what our Bible says about respect? It does not only apply to our pastors or at church but also to our parents who raised us.