‘Young, Famous & African’ Is Back For A Second Season
New faces can be seen in the streamer’s debut African reality TV series.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Netflix’s Young, Famous & African is returning for season two after a strong debut last year.
The upcoming season will include fresh, interesting personalities including Nambian reality TV sensation and entrepreneur Luis Munana, Ghanaian-American rapper Fantana, and South African media personality Bonang Matheba.
Fans of the popular unscripted reality series get a sneak glimpse inside the opulent, interesting lifestyles of Africa’s most famous celebrities in the teaser.
Fans’ favorites like Nigeria’s top stylist Swanky Jerry, actress and performer Annie Macaulay-Idibia, and her husband 2Baba Idibia are back for the new season.
Khanyi Mbau, a South African actress, media personality, and businesswoman; Tanzanian entrepreneur Zari Hassan; Tanzanian music sensation Diamond Platnumz; South African media personality Andile Ncube; South African DJ, radio host, and reality TV star Naked DJ; South African-Zimbabwean rapper and entertainer Nadia Nakai; and South African fitness enthusiast and semi-professional footballer Kayleigh Schwark also make appearances.
Young, Famous & African season two exclusively launches on Netflix on May 19, 2023.
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