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Mandz Not Hot is in the entertainment industry to stay.
Mandz Not Hot is in the entertainment industry to stay.

FAMOUS Tiktoker Mandz Not Hot, whose real name is Mandisa Jakavula, has proven that she isn't just an influencer.

She won hearts on social media with her hilarious greeting on her vlogs, #ShoDNX loosely translated, “sho dintshang” in spitori.

The entertainer released a single titled Imali in February 2023, and she worked with Seema and Zwano on the song.

The 23-year-old from Pretoria told SunBuzz that she wants to use the amapiano song to win hearts.

She said the song has been well received by her fans and it has given her a chance to meet her followers.

"My grandparents inspired me to follow my passion for music. That's the reason I am doing this hard,” she said.

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Mandz said she used to sing at church and started doing hip-hop music back in the days.

"I always wanted to sing because that's what I am used to doing. Even if I didn't get into the entertainment industry as a musician, here I am now," she said.

Mandz said she feels fortunate to have made it this far. 

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Some of the previous songs that she worked on include Uxolo and Moja with Mandisa.

She has also worked with the likes of Robot Boii, Nhlonipho, Mac lopez and Teakay on Robot's song, Uxolo.

"I would like to work with Kabza De Small, Toss, and Maphorisa. They have done a lot in the entertainment industry,” she said. 

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