Gigi Lamayne Reacts To Joining The Cast Of Disney+ Animation Series

Gigi Lamayne Reacts To Joining The Cast Of Disney+ Animation Series. Disney continues to lure local performers to be on the centre stage of their desire to showcase African stories through animation programs.

Gigi Lamayne Reacts To Joining The Cast Of Disney+ Animation Series

Gigi Lamayane has joined three other local stars in the Disney Plus SA animation series Kizazi Moto Generation Fire. The sci-fi series, which is advertised as transporting viewers to Africa’s future, will debut next year. Gigi Lamayne will join her fellow rapper Nasty C who also announced last week that he will be amongst the cast for the upcoming Disney+ animation series.

Taking to Twitter, Gigi Lamayne expressed her excitement following an acting role in Disney animation series. The rapper stated that being a cartoon-playing character has always been her desire, and this is a dream come true for her. “To God be the glory !! I always wanted to be a cartoon character! Thank you for all the amazing messages! See you in 2023 !” Tweeted Gigi Lamayne.

Everything appears to be falling into place for Gigi Lamayne. The rapper has just released her hit album Set In Stone, which has garnered traction in South African hip hop. Before releasing the project to fans, she told them that it was on its way. As a result, there was no space for surprises. It’s been a long wait, but in hindsight, it’s been well worth it. The vocalist has released a project that is worth every second of listening time.

The Set In Stone album was honoured with a slumber party at which she privately celebrated the album’s launch before it made its way to clubs. “We decided to celebrate the albums drop privately before the clubs and venues and I must say our slumber party was absolutely amazing. Thank you to my amazing team for planning it. To my esteemed guests, family and friends “Set in Stone” (is) now available on all digital platforms.” Tweeted Gigi Lamayne.

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