Rami Chuene is an exceptional woman with a lovely soul. Despite her difficulties, she manages to inspire others with her cheerful attitude and passion for life.
She is without a doubt one of Mzansi’s most well-known actresses. She recently made headlines when she married in secret, without even inviting her closest friends.
Almost everyone who decides to marry hopes to have a lovely partnership with a partner who is both loveable and trustworthy – someone who will not abuse them. At least, it was Rami Chuene’s initial hope.
Rami Chuene met and started dating fellow actor Tsepo Desando. Their love story seemed to be going in the direction and the couple dated for six months before deciding to walk down the aisle.
However, things were not as rosy as presumed and Rami Chuene divorced Tsepo Desando 2017. Shortly after her divorce, Rami left the church as she was vilified for her decision to leave her marriage.
She claims however, that getting a divorce, was one of her most important and greatest decisions.
Rami Chuene’s previous marriage to Tsepo Desando resulted in three daughters. She had her first daughter, Kefiloe, at the age of 19 and her second, Nthateng, at the age of 21. Botshelo, the third daughter, was born considerably later.
In 2020, her daughter Kefiloe married. The mother was expecting a son and posted a photo of her son-in-law with his bride.
House and net worth
Rami Chuene’s admirers, like those of other celebrities, are always looking up her net worth on the internet. Perhaps they’re curious about her ability to sustain her lifestyle and that of her three daughters. Rami Chuene’s net worth for 2019 is currently unknown. Her net worth in 2018 was projected to be between $100k and $1 million, according to sources.
Many people believe that someone of Rami’s stature has a bungalow. Well, you could be right. The actress has a large and gorgeous home in South Africa. In 2018, she even lent the Fergusons one of her properties until they could buy their own. However, little is known regarding the cost of her dwellings.
Rami Chuene has over 1 million followers on Instagram and Twitter under the name @ramichuene. She routinely updates her admirers with stunning photos of her daughters and herself.
Rami first rose to prominence in 1995, when she played Pearl in the e.tv drama series Backstage. The actress was cast in Scandal in 2005. Many people realized Rami had something exceptional at that point.
She moved to Muvhango as Khomotjo Mojelefa after many years on Scandal. Khomotjo was wealthy, glamorous, and vicious. She said things like, “My handbag is so expensive, it could buy you a house in Seshego.” On The Queen in 2017, she debuted a new character named Gracious Mabuza.
Coming Home, an Original Mzansi Magic film, also featured the actress. Mpolokeng Chabane was also present. On Friday, December 11, 2015, the one-hour film premiered.