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What is Kamo Mphela net worth?
Kamo Mphela is a South African dancer and singer with a net worth of $1 million which is equivalent to R13 million South African Rands. She became an internet celebrity after she posted a video of her dancing on her social media account.
Kamogelo Mphela was born on November 29, 1999(age 22 years) in Soweto, South Africa where she grew up.
Kamo Mphela biography
|$1 million(R13 million South African Rands)
She studied for a year in Media Studies at the Boston Media House.
Kamo Mphela passion for dancing started at an early age, when she accompanied her father who worked at YFM and at events where she would perform on stage and dance which eventually led to her getting more exposure through live performances. She later became popular by posting videos on Instagram where she displayed her dancing skills.
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Before pursuing her dancing career, she had tried acting, and was an extra on the TV show Isibaya. She later realized she did not enjoy acting, and started performing as a gig dancer. Her dancing skills eventually got her the name “Queen of Amapiano”.
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In 2019, she got signed to Major League Music and released her Ep titled, Twentee under the label. She has also released songs such as “Suka Emabozen” and “Menemene” and has collaborated with South African singer Busiswa
Kamo Mphela is currently single. However, she has also performed and worked with local musicians such as Nadia Nakai and Killer Kau. She has been featured as a singer and dancer in the amapiano songs such as “Sukendleleni” and “Labantwana Ama Uber”.
Kamo Mphela net worth
How much is Kamo Mphela worth? Kamo Mphela net worth is estimated at around R13 million South African Rands which is approximately $1 million dollars. Her main source of income is her music and dancer career. Apart from amapiano, she has also danced to other South African popular music genres including Gqom, kwaito and pantsula.