Musa explains that during that time, he loved the entertainment industry so much that he used to be part of live audiences before he auditioned for Yo TV.
BEING A CHILD STAR Musa says him leaving the entertainment industry was bound to happen as he never planned to stay in the industry for long.
“I have always wanted to become a doctor from a very young age.
I took some loan and they also had some money that they had stashed somewhere, but most of the money was popped out by me."The doctor said he would freely spoil himself with any car of his choice now that his parents have a home of their dream.
Mthombeni, who also hails from the Vaal, surprised his fans earlier this year when he posted a picture of his graduation as a doctor.
His six-year degree included two years of internship and then a year of community service at a local clinic.
Well the former child-star is all grown-up now and all man too.
It was one of the highlights of my life,” he recalls, adding that his dream of wanting to become a doctor was also growing.
MEET DR MTHOMBENI Musa says while he was a presenter, it wasn’t really hard for him to manage working on TV and school.
Mthombeni, who works at Lenasia Clinic in the south of Johannesburg, told Sowetan yesterday that the house was situated in one of the suburbs in the Vaal. "When I graduated, we sat down and discussed the whole house issue.
We collaborated in terms of resources until it was finished."Mthombeni said it was his mother's biggest wish that he build her a house after his graduation.
Her favourite I'm sure, was seeing me at work (I kid) It was honestly the best two weeks of my life.