Junior Singo (Mpho) has been hailed as the best daddy in the world!enerations – The Legacy actor, producer, DJ, and MC
His baby-mama Tebello took to the socials to thank Junior Singo for always showing up for his daughter Ayamah, including her when things got “rough”.
“You’ve been and have remained the best daddy in the world… thank you for always showing up, not just for our Lil’ human being but for me too when things got rough! I can’t thank God enough for U* (star) Happy birthday Oliphant. God bless u BABAKHE,” wrote Tebello.
“Mamakhe… This is mad sweet of you. Now you’re going to make a nigga all emo during the people. Thank you so much! I appreciate you,” responded Junior Singo.
Mamakhe… This is mad sweet of you. Now you’re going to make a nigga all emo during the people 😅
Thank you so much! I appreciate you🙏🏾🙏🏾 https://t.co/29GsgDcod2
— Nathaniel Junior Singo (@natjuniorsingo) March 5, 2021
Some of us got to know Junior Singo for his starring role as Musa in the 2003 feature film Beat The Drum, for which he won the Best Newcomer award at the Monaco International Film Festival and the Best Actor at the Newport Beach Film Festival in California.
As an accomplished actor, Junior Singo also had a starring role as Qiniso “Q” Cele, a single student who is introverted and an old soul computer whizz studying and majoring in business studies, in the Mzansi Magic soap-opera Zabalaza.
Junior Singo has also acted in The Wooden Camera (2003), Country of my Skull (2004), in which he played a very nice role of being Samuel L. Jackson’s son, Red Dust (2004), and The Trail in 2006 to name just a few.
MGOSI.co.za would like to wish Junior Singo a HAPPY BIRTHDAY! May he receive all the luck he deserves!