Mohale strives to be a righteous man

Mohale strives to be a righteous man

Mohale Motaung has managed to pack up haters by simply showing them what he’s made from.

Mohale strives to be a righteous man

Following his debut on Rhythm City, the aspiring actor chose to require the high road when it came to the backlash received for bagging his new role and let his work do the talking.

Late last week, news broke that Mohale Motaung had landed himself a replacement role on ITV’s Rhythm City, and therefore the actor had received an awesome amount of backlash rather than praises. The news originally broke when entertainment commentator, Phil Mphela shared his casting news, which opened an endless amount of critique towards the show and Mohale. The backlash had even caused Mohale to trend throughout the day and therefore the Twitterverse couldn’t help but discuss what his qualifications were for bagging the role – apart from being Somizi’s man.

According to an interview with JustNje, Mohale had skilled a grueling audition process, which involved him to deliver his character in three different scenarios. He also explained that his role was a self-tape, which meant that he couldn’t gauge what the director was thinking of him. After over a month and a half, he was told that he had gotten the role and was content knowing that that they had taken time to form sure that he was the right guy.

Mohale also revealed that Rhythm City has inquired about his schedule for the remainder of the year, implying that his contract could also be extended. He believes that his character features a lot more to offer which he’s not able to exit the storyline just yet.

When asked about his acting career moving forward, Mohale shared that his goal is to bag a task as a second banana. He believes that he has always been asked to play someone who is gay, which he has always accepted it thanks to the comfortability factor. He believes that acting as a second banana will test his skills and further prove his abilities as an actor within the cut-throat South African television industry.