The South African actress says it’s an honour and appreciates the organization for celebrating black excellence.
“BET international continues to celebrate black excellence in every corner of the globe and I’m so excited that I get the opportunity to give this celebration the gravity it deserves. “
“The Black Lives Matter movement is louder than ever before, and with the rise of the international black community in standing with African Americans, it truly exemplified the saying ‘an injury to one is an injury to us all’.
“That even during a pandemic, we are undefeated. Here’s to us! Here’s to black entertainment!” she added.
The awards show will be broadcast express from the US at 02:00 on 29 June, making its international broadcast premiere on BET Africa (DStv channel 129). Catch the repeat that same day. The pre-show will at 19:00 and the main show will repeat at 20:00.