Congratulations to comedienne Tumi Morake who will become the first black African woman to have a set on streaming service, Netflix. The star will join 46 other comedians in the event set to air in 2019. Tumi’s husband, Mpho Osei-Tutu, shared his excitement on his social media.
Image: Tumi Morake IG
We can’t wait to watch her set!
Thank you my love. You know you are ether pillar carrying ALL of this. ❤️👊🏾 https://t.co/rYGqzkEAIm
— Tumi Morake✊🏾🇿🇦 (@tumi_morake) July 10, 2018
Tumi will also be part of a half hour show, The Comedy Club, alongside local comics Loyiso Madinga, Riaad Moosa and other comedians from around the world. The show will be shot later this month at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, Canada, and will air in 2019.
.@Netflix is bringing the comedy festival experience to your living room! These stellar comedians from around the globe will be recording specials at #JFLMTL, set to premiere in 2019 on Netflix! Use your pass to see them in person. https://t.co/BmyJcI6AS0 pic.twitter.com/Fy7IlVNI3v
— Just For Laughs (@justforlaughs) July 10, 2018