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Dancer and Amapiano star Uncle Vinny living the dream

Uncle Vinny is living the dream.

He has evolved from being an events MC to being one of Mzansi’s most recognised entertainers.

The 19-year-old whose real name is Kabelo Vincent Ndlovu, said the past year has been the most exciting of his life yet.

He stars on MTV’s new reality show, Inside Life: Major League by Major League DJz Banele and Bandile Mbere.

Vinny, who’s also a MTV Base VJ, told SunBuzz he’s enjoying being in entertainment.

“It’s been so crazy and I’m really liking the feeling. But I’m still learning about some things in the entertainment industry.

“Fortunately though, everything is moving in the right direction and it’s the way I wanted it to move. I’m very, very happy and excited. This is a new journey and every day, I find new experiences and everything.”

Vinny said people get to see the lives of the now international amapiano stars, Major League DJz with their friends on the show.

“Being part of the reality show was something really dope because we were always travelling and convening every moment. It was one of the best experiences and sometimes I’d even forget there were cameras around us because we were all so comfortable and the show is really cool.

“The show is worthy of being watched. People will enjoy it and they will get to see our inside life,” said the dancer.

“The show is basically about Major League DJz, myself and Khaya Bhengu. People always ask what we do during the day when we’re not on stage and they will see our daily lives.

“It’s about the conflicts, our relationships and more. It’s full of excitement and we also go on some adventures, like paragliding and bungee jumping.”

Vinny said he’s working on building his name and brand across the world.

“I’m travelling a lot right now and I’m still working on travelling to more African countries and overseas to make my name a household name. So that’s what Vinny is working on right now.

“People should expect me to blow up soon because I’m taking over the world by storm,” he said.

“I’m also interested in doing a lot of things, but I’ll reveal them as time goes on. I don’t want to jinx anything yet. I want to lay everything out and take my time.”

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