Home Entertainment DSTV makes Kp Illest an actor

DSTV makes Kp Illest an actor

Fans and celebrities congratulate Kp Illest on being on of the faces on the new DSTV festive campaign advertisement.

The rapper Kp Illest has been impressive to say the least since his debuting days and now not only will fans in Namibia be aware of this but also over 11.9 million Sub-Saharan Africans too. The rapper took to social media recently to drop a festive campaign video advertisement of MultiChoice’s very own DSTV.

The advertisement is announced to be broadcast soon on television for all to see, according to Kp Illest’s Instagram post. Moreover, fans and celebrities alike went over to comment and congratulate the natural born actor, Kp Illest, on the huge opportunity. Celebrities like Monique English, Leena Shipwata, Martin Pombili and even Pombili Shilongo amongst others shared their admiration to the rapper.  

“It was such an honour working on this advert with the entire production team and knowing that I’m gonna seen across Africa made it so much sweeter!” The rapper posted on his social media, as well as send out a shoutout to his co-actor on the advertisement, musician and fitness enthusiast, Clint Brink.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

Newest elite club Pharoah’s loft launches

Deemed as one to satisfy your senses and discover a new way to unlock the night, Pharoah's loft...

Miss Namibia contestants to compete on international stages

Four representatives will represent Namibia respectively on international stages. The Miss Namibia title holders have been selected to...

Winners for National Ceramics Biennale announced

The Potters Association of Namibia (PAN), has announced Jansen van Vuuren who has 32 years in pottery as the Premier Award of...

Burna Boy confirms Hage Geingob Stadium tour

Burna Boy has officially confirmed on his Instagram page that he will be headlining at the Hage Geingob...

Fashion week internships wanted

The most anticipated MTC Windhoek Fashion Week (WFW) internship programme, which has in the past hosted students from...