Paul Returns To The Queen

He continues making boss moves

By  | Jun 02, 2021, 08:56 PM 

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Paul Da Prince's work ethic is unmatched and he keeps on raising the bar high. The actor and musician who made his cameo on The Queen Mzansi in February, has returned to the show and viewers can brace themselves for his appearance soon.

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Paul has been in Mzansi for more than a week now and he has started filming again on the award-winning show.

In a series of Instagram videos, he revealed that he filmed a fire scene on the show today. The musician posted a video of him with The Queen actor Loyiso MacDonald where they were seen preparing to go film their scene. He posted another video with SK Khoza who plays Shaka Khoza and Themba Ndaba who plays Brutus.
Screenshot: Instagram @PaulDaPrince
Screenshot: Instagram @PaulDaPrince

The Queen features a star-studded cast including Connie Ferguson, SK Khoza, Jessica Nkosi, and Brenda Ngxolo. The show was recently renewed for a sixth season and Shona Ferguson who is a producer took to social media to celebrate this achievement.

"NEW season. The new narrative that will blow your mind. This one is for our loyal supporters. 5 years in, going on our 6th & you’ve kept us going. We appreciate you," he said.

In an interview with The Namibian, Paul revealed early this year that he landed his role through his friend SK Khoza. “SK spoke to the people [behind production] and said 'yo, we should get a cameo for my friend, one of the leading entertainers in Namibia' and they agreed,” said Paul.

SK and Paul's bromance has been leaving everyone green with envy. The two are tight-knit and they support each other's hustles.

Paul was recently detained after not being in possession of a proper work permit. According to The Namibian Paul was then held captive at the Ariamsvlei border post and later released. Speaking to The Namibian, the Ministry of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety, and Security executive director Etienne Maritz said Munanjala's study permit was rejected when he applied. 

“The ministry does not have any record of the application for a study permit from Munanjala, which means he never applied for a study permit,” said Maritz. It seems the strike at the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) might have triggered his arrest as a heated debate recently ensued after workers at the broadcasting corporation alleged that foreign nationals are taking their jobs.

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