Clement Maosa Opens Up About His Bond With Cornet Mamabolo In A Heartfelt Birthday Shout Out. On Skeem Saam, their friendship is currently being tested big time. Zamokuhle ‘Kwaito’ Seakamela, who is played by Clement Maosa has just found out that he and his childhood friend Thabo ‘Tbose’ Maputla, played by Cornet Mamabolo are actually half brothers. This revelation has caused so much harm to both their families, to an extend that the two no longer see eye to eye.
In real life though, the two are still as thick as thieves. Their friendship has grown over the years, to a point where Mamabolo named Maosa his daughter’s godfather. They always take to social media to sing each other’s praises. Today Mamabolo is celebrating his birthday and Maosa wrote a heartfelt message to celebrate their friendship. The talented actor, musician and TV personality reminisced about the good all times, when they arrived in Johannesburg to chase their dreams.
He also spoke about the life lessons he learned from his friend Mamabolo. One of those lessons according to Maosa was when his friend made that brave move from the arts to corporate. He also pointed out that even their families treat them as brothers, something that is really sweet.
“Happy birthday ma boi…
when coming to Jhb we were young and just kids who were determined to follow their dreams and stand out, I always say “we haven’t paid 5 tollgates just to play” and i am glad we haven’t dropped the ball. It was a very tough journey because as villagers in this industry we always had to prove ourselves beyond what’s normally acceptable to get recognition. Transitioning from arts to corporate was another brave move I learned from you. 10years later it only make sense and I know there is still so much more to offer. Embrace growth and continue knowing that we are for the people as prophesied before we even got our breakthrough in the industry, continue maturing and naturing your gift. I’m grateful to your mom who always remind me that we are brothers and should always look out for one another and for our families to understand our journey because somehow they too lost the privilege of spending most times with us but borrowing us to the world. Gola samma, Gola… I’m actually excited about what you are about to offer in the near future!” Maosa said.