Female Celebrities you probably did not know were DJs

Female Celebrities you probably did not know were DJs

A lot of South African A-list celebrities have considered switching to becoming a club DJ or a radio Dj but it seems like for some that never happened, and some just didn’t even try, and then there are those celebrities we did not know were DJs. Celebrities such as Thuli Phongolo have successfully made the transition from acting to being a club DJ and it seems she’s very successful at it.

There are two ladies who we probably did not expect to be DJs, and that’s Lerato Kganyago and Pabi Moloi.

1. Pabi Moloi.

Pabi Moloi (born 18 January 1984) is a South African TV presenter, actress, and radio DJ known for hosting the M-Net magazine program All Access, from 2009-2012. In 2006 She hosted the second season of the SABC3 game show Out of the Box. She hosted the SABC1 game show The Amazing Date, in 2008.

We have always seen Pabi as a Media personality, but it also turns out that she also has a few other tricks up her sleeves, as she is also a radio Dj, although we don’t know if she plays any gigs, her being a radio DJ is already impressive enough.

2. Leda to Kganyago.

Lerato Kganyago, also known as Lerato K, is a South African actress, model, and media personality. She is best known for the roles in the films. Apart from that, she is also an MC, entrepreneur, model, and DJ. She is often known as the “Queen of Clap Backs” on Twitter.

Lerato is a household name now, and her popularity is only growing bigger every year. Well, it turns out that she is also a club Dj, and I’m certain that many of us probably didn’t know about that since we always see her on our favorite tv soapies and films.

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