Paul Rubs Shoulders With Mzansi Elites

He is living his best life

By  | Jun 01, 2021, 09:35 AM 

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Musician and TV host Paul Da Prince, is living his best life in Mzansi. Ever since he landed in the country, Paul has been rubbing shoulders with Mzansi's entertainment industry elites and it is a beautiful sight to see.

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Paul has been in showbiz for several years now and he is one of Namibia's most respected male celebrities. His calm demeanor and good looks have stolen the hearts of many people. The star dabbles as an MC, TV and radio personality and DJ and everything he does turns into gold. In 2020, Paul decided to spread his wings into acting, when he made a cameo on Mzansi's much-loved TV show The Queen.

It seems he is ready to take the SA entertainment industry by storm as well and we can't wait for that. In a series of Instagram stories he shared recently on his Instagram page, he can be seen visiting the Supersports headquarters in Randburg. The studios boast some of South Africa's prestigious shows including Homeground, which is hosted by Minnie Dlamini and Lungile Radu.

Paul shared a picture on his Instagram profile where he is posing with Minnie Dlamini with the caption, "Always a pleasure linking up with thee A-lister @minniedlamini. Insika ye Homeground 👑." Minnie decided to shower him with love and replied "Love you my Pauly ❤️❤️❤️."
Paul was recently arrested after being not in possession of a proper work permit. According to The Namibian Paul was then held captive at the Ariamsvlei border post.

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 musician apparently came to the country for academic purposes but he has since been working.

“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.

Following his arrest he was later spotted at Cofi, a restaurant in Centurion, Pretoria, celebrating SK Khoza's fiancee's birthday.

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