All you need to know about Boity Thulo’s Net Worth
Boity Thulo is a South African television personality, rapper, actress, businesswoman, and model. She was born on April 28, 1990. Thulo was named one of Forbes Africa’s 30 Under 30 in 2019 for her contributions to the music and entertainment industries.
She rose to prominence following the release of her debut single “Wuz Dat” in 2018, which featured Nasty C. She signed a record deal with Def Jam in 2020 and released her EP 4436. At the 27th South African Music Awards, the EP was nominated for Best Hip Hop Album.
Thulo’s television career began in 2011 when she hosted the YOTV educational show “Crib Notes.” She later co-hosted the SABC 1 The Media Career Guide Show, which she co-hosted with Thomani Mahlaba. She has also hosted television shows such as SkyRoom Live, Ridiculousness Africa, Club 808, Zoned, Change Down, and Big Brother Africa.
Thulo made her first starring appearance in the drama series Rockville in 2012. She played “Mpho Bogatsu” for all four seasons.
Thulo made her film debut in 2014 with the comedy short Dear Betty, in which she played “Betty.” She also appeared in the film Mrs. Right Guy (2016), where she played “Marie,” a minor role.
Thulo made her rapping debut in South Africa on the Migos Culture Tour on October 21, 2017 at the TicketPro Dome. Because Migos were running late, Boity joined Nasty C as one of the opening acts until the trio arrived.
Thulo released her debut single “Wuz Dat”, featuring Nasty C. The collaboration won the category of “Best Collaboration” at the 2018 South African Hip-Hop Awards, thus making her the first and first lead female rapper to achieve this.
In 2016, she collaborated with Sissy-Boy on a jean collection aimed at “being sexy and celebrating curves.” Thulo’s collaboration with Sissy-Boy continued in July 2018, when they released a new collection.
She collaborated with Impulse SA to create limited edition fragrances in 2018. She also appeared on the cover of Cosmopolitan South Africa’s September issue.
In 2017, Boity made headlines when she launched her own pharmaceutical company. In September of that year, Human Limitless released its first product, a body toning supplement called Boity Toning Support. Boity stated that the project had taken three years to complete.
Thulo was named by Forbes magazine among the 30 under 30 creatives category list in July 2019 for his contribution to the music and entertainment sector. The list also included Nigerian musician Burna Boy, South African actress, TV and radio personality Thando Thabethe, Ghanaian contemporary artist Joseph Awuah-Darko, also known as Okuntakinte, and Kenyan film director, producer, and screenwriter Njue Kevin.
Boity Thulo has amassed quite a fortune for herself. There is no doubt that she is a skilled investor and businesswoman. This celebrity has amassed a substantial net worth of over 400,000 dollars through her acting and media roles, as well as multiple business ventures. She also earns a lot of money from endorsements with companies like Impulse.
On April 28, 2016, Boity Thulo turned 26. The South African TV presenter and actress bought herself a house for the occasion. The stunning damsel posted photos of her new home on social media.
The house is located at Midstream Ridge Estate in Centurion, Gauteng, one of South Africa’s nine provinces. She owns a number of cars.
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