Boity Thulo Net Worth 2021 and Life Story

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Introduction

Boitumelo Thulo popularly known as Boity, is a South African television personality, rapper, actress, businesswoman and model. In 2019, Thulo was named as one of Forbes Africa’s 30 Under 30 for her contribution in the music and entertainment sector.

Early life

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Boitumelo Thulo was born on April 28, 1990 (age 31 years old) in Potchefstroom, North West of South Africa, where she was raised by her maternal grandmother. She is the only daughter of Modiehi Thulo, her mother.

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Thulo studied psychology and criminology at Monash University, but later dropped out because her mother was unable to pay for her varsity fees. She then signed to a casting agency which resulted her in appearing on a Wimpy commercial in 2010.

Career

Thulo’s television career began when she presented the YOTV educational show “Crib Notes” in 2011. She then was a co-host on the SABC 1 The Media Career Guide Show, which she hosted alongside Thomani Mahlaba.. She also served host duties in several television shows, including SkyRoom Live, Ridiculousness Africa, Club 808, Zoned, Change Down, and Big Brother Africa.

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In 2012, Thulo starred on the drama series Rockville, which was her first starring role. She appeared for all 4 seasons playing “Mpho Bogatsu”.

Thulo’s film debut was in 2014 when she starred on a comedy short-film Dear Betty, were she played “Betty”. She also was featured in the film Mrs Right Guy (2016) where she played “Marie” which was not a huge role.

 

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Music

Thulo made her rapping debut on the Migos Culture Tour in South Africa on 21 October 2017 at TicketPro Dome. As Migos delayed by a few hours, Boity joined Nasty C as one of the opening acts until the trio arrived.

On 30 August 2018, Thulo released her debut single “Wuz Dat”, featuring Nasty C. The song would become the first ever single by a female rapper in South Africa to be certified Platinum and this making it the best selling single of all time by female rapper in that country respectively. It also won the category of “Best Collaboration” at the 2018 South African Hip-Hop Awards, thus making her the first and first lead female rapper to achieve this.

On 8 February 2019, she released her second single titled “Bakae”.

On 4 December 2020, she released the EP 4436, centering mainly on Boity, and containing features from Ricky Rick, and a variety of other artists. As of 2021, she is the most followed South African female rapper on Instagram.

Other Business

In 2016, she collaborated with Sissy-Boy for a jean collection which was predicted to be about “being sexy and celebrating curves”. Thulo continued her venture with Sissy-Boy as they released a new collection in July 2018.

In 2018, she partnered with Impulse SA in creating limited edition fragrances. She also graced the cover of Cosmopolitan SA for the September issue.

Husband

Thulo had previously dated rapper Cassper Nyovest and are seen as having an on-again, off-again relationship. The pair got engaged but then they called off their engagement and ended their relationship in December 2015.

Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 creatives

In July 2019, Thulo was named by the Forbes magazine amongst the 30 under 30 creatives category list for his contribution to the music and entertainment sector, the list featured other young African creatives like Nigerian musician Burna Boy, South African actress, TV and radio personality Thando Thabethe, Ghanaian contemporary artist Joseph Awuah-Darko, also known as Okuntakinte and Kenyan film director, producer and screenwriter Njue Kevin. What is Boity Thulo net worth?

Boity Thulo net worth

Boity Thulo net worth is estimated to be around $5 million. She is one of the richest female rappers in South Africa. Her major income is generated from her music career. While Boity Thulo’s latest move into the alcohol industry has been applauded, it seems to have also earned her low-key shade from Ntsiki Mazwai.

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