Gomora star actor Thulani Mtsweni who plays Bongani has shocked fans as he seemed to pray for the dead in the symmetry.
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It’s been quite a long time since Bongani did what he always does, making people happy. This time, he came up with a shocking thing that confused fans. Had he been praying for the dead, or was he making some comedy? Also, where did he find the pastor’s attire he wore at the symmetry? Was Bongani ‘Thulani Mtsweni’ shooting a Gomora scene at the graves, or was he praying for the dead in that symmetry.?
All these are the questions running through people’s minds, and only Bongani and those who had been present know. To many others, he left it open for them to ponder and, at most, have fun with such a picture.
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Indeed, this must be something less light; if it was an actual funeral, then there is no way Bongani would be praying for the dead in the Symmetry.
GOMORA ACTOR BONGANI ‘THULANI MTSWENI’ PRAYS FOR THE DEAD IN A SYMMETRY
Ever since his breakthrough on Gomora, Bongani had been a man of comedy, and this must be one of his jokes. In the caption, he said powerful words that make it difficult for fans to articulate what he meant.
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Bongani said there is time for everything, which, we probably, is a truth nobody can deny. Indeed, there is time for everything including death, and if we do, we all need someone’s prayers. Maybe that is the reason why Gomora actor Bongani had been praying for the dead in a symmetry.
Sharing on his Instagram caption, Bongani said:
Verse after verse. There’s a season for everything under the sun.
BONGANI’S MONDAYS ARE FOR THUGS
Indeed, Bongani is a dedicated person who is never away from the realities of life. It’s been a long since he started his ‘Mondays are for thugs’ campaign on Instagram.
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In this campaign, he finds good spots to pause for pictures with his doll dog. He captions the photo with image-motivating words every Monday. He had been doing this, and many people were getting help from Thulani. Of course, we never imagine Gomora’s Bongani deeply rooted in prayer, praying for the dead in symmetry.
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