Tumi! Larona Moagi speaks out after leaving The River
Mzansi’s 24-year-old entertainer and law graduate, Larona Moagi who just left the Emmy-assigned show, The River on 1Magic, got real to life in a meeting with a neighborhood distribution about playing the much-detested character of Tumi Mokoena.
Moagi consistently had an enthusiasm for acting despite the fact that she graduated with a law degree from Wits University. She got her large break on The River in 2017 in the wake of trying out for the job of Itumeleng Mokoena.
She had no related knowledge and had no earlier preparing in acting besides in doing a few jobs in secondary school show back in 2010.
She joined the show in 2018 and was cherished and respected by crowds until she met her mom, Lindiwe Dikana played by Sindi Dlathu. The mother and little girl butted-heads from the earliest starting point as their characters resembled oil and water.
Lindiwe lived for influence, cash, and covetousness, while Tumi lived for truth and harmony. Despite the fact that the two attempted to make it work, eventually, Tumi felt more like a Mokoena than a Dikana and needed to uncover her mom for her malicious deeds.
Lindiwe in the end killed her little girl, in a season finale and a move that stunned aficionados of the show last Friday.
This is the thing that Moagi said about her excursion on the show:
“I generally put stock in my ability as an entertainer and I love the law too. At the point when the time had come to go to varsity, I decided to do a BA law degree while going to acting classes and tryouts to keep the fire consuming.
At the point when I tried out for The River, I was expecting to get a section, I didn’t understand I planned to get a particularly large job. Playing close by industry greats like Bab’ Don Mlangeni has been such an honor for me. I grew up watching them on TV and now here I was. For me that was so confirming in light of the fact that it implied that I have shown up and that I should do my absolute best. (Wear Mlangeni played Larona’s on-screen father, Thato Mokoena).
I don’t figure you can go anyplace throughout everyday life in the event that you permit yourself to be threatened simply give a valiant effort.
There are sure abilities you create as an entertainer and that are what you use when you depict the character. The character that you play meets you personally and make enchantment together on-screen.
I’m thankful to everybody that held nothing back from me and let me into their TV room each night. It has been an incredible excursion. Much obliged to you for being #TeamTumi, it has been enjoyable.”