Netflix has announced the return of its first African reality show, Young, Famous, and African.
The new season is set to premiere on Netflix on the 19th of May 2023. The show follows the glamorous lives of African celebrities from Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, Namibia, Ghana, and South Africa as they work they way out and living it in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The second season will see the return of the original cast such as Khanyi Mbau (South Africa), Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania), Annie Macaulay-Idibia (Nigeria), 2Baba (Nigeria), Zari the Boss Lady (Uganda), Naked DJ (South Africa), Nadia Nakai, Swanky Jerry (Nigeria), Andile Ncube (South Africa), and Kayleigh Schwark (South Africa).
The plot is set to thicken with the addition of five new faces including South African media personality Bonang Matheba, Namibian star Luis Munana, Ghanaian music star Fantana, as well as South Africa’s Rosette and Sebabatso.
Unfortunately, even with the addition of new castmates on the popular show, no Kenyan has been featured, yet again.