Dawn Thandeka King

South African actress, Dawn Thandeka King, known for her exceptional talent and roles in popular drama series like DiepCity, Uzalo, and Shaka iLembe, recently showcased her fearlessness not just on set, but in real life as well.

Also read: Dawn Thandeka King Profile: Biography, Age, Husband, TV Shows & Net Worth

Dawn Thandeka King Heavy Storm Encounter

In an unexpected turn of events, Dawn Thandeka King faced a heavy storm unfazed, standing on her balcony amidst the pouring rain. This act of courage left many of her fans in awe, as they had never seen this side of her in real life. The video of her standing still in the heavy rain without making any significant movements left many fans shocked. They marveled at how she could withstand such a heavy storm without falling or running away.

“Wow i did the same thing”

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Reactions from Fans and Celebrities

The video sparked a wave of reactions from fans and fellow celebrities alike. Notably, top celebrity Somizi echoed King’s sentiments, stating that he too had done the same. The general consensus among her fans was one of agreement and admiration for her fearless act.

Meeting God in the Rain

In a post shared on her Instagram account, King explained her daring act by saying that she was meeting God who had visited. She stood in the rain as a way to connect with the divine, thanking God for the blessings brought by the rain. Despite the heavy downpour, she appeared as calm as if there was no rain at all.

Mzansi Reacts

The incident elicited a variety of reactions from Mzansi. Many fans were impressed by what they perceived as an ancient ritual. Some expressed their love for King and their respect for nature’s provision. Others saw it as a form of cleansing and blessing directly from the creator. The act was also viewed as a healing process that brings peace.

By Shamiso Miracle

Shamiso Miracle completed her degree in journalism and media studies at the University of Zimbabwe before honing her skills at Savanna News. She then went on to work at iHarare News, becoming a voice for everyday SA citizens who wanted to share their stories. When she's not writing news that entertains and inspires ,Shamiso is an avid reader and a wellness bunny.

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