It has now become apparent that Socialites and actors Madam Boss and Mai Titi are under direct competition, after having both clinched international acting gigs, they have taken to social media to show off their Fortunes with latest purchases of costly vehicles.
Mai Titi recently bought a Benz GLE costing over US$ 50,000 with madam boss having imported an equally expensive car.
Mai Titi was in Dar-es-Salam Tanzania where she was shooting a movie.
A Life to Regret is a feature film that features Mai Titi and internationally acclaimed artist Awilo Longomba.
The filming which is being conducted by UK-based production house, BJB Films (Billy Jeremiah Brown Films) is expected to end by end of this month. Viewers are expected to get the production either in July or August.
Madam Boss, Mai Titi Show Off Their Expensive Rides
The two have both landed different international acting roles and no doubt they can afford such purchases considering how lucrative the film industry is in the country.
They also feature in advertising jobs for various companies.
Madam boss, shortly after landing in Harare, received more great news about joining a new telenovela series in South Africa.
Announcing the latest role, Madam Boss’ casting agent, Becky Casting Agency that operates from South Africa wrote: “Guys, help me to congratulate this amazing and talented lady. She has been cast to feature on SABC 1s new telenovela, uBettina Wethu as Aminata.”
The agency, whose boss is Zimbabwean, went on to urge Madam Boss to proudly showcase her talent to South Africans.
“Come and show South Africa your talent. We are proud and humbled to represent your phenomenal talent.”
On her part, a visibly excited Madam Boss thanked Becky Casting Agency and her husband, Ngoni Munetsiwa for believing in and supporting her. She went on to plead with the agency to also assist fellow Zimbabwean actors so that they get acting roles in the neighbouring country.
“Thank you Becky Casting Agency. Please assist my fellow actors and actresses here in Zimbabwe, please Becky I beg, this is big.
“Thank you my husband Mhofela for allowing and supporting my dream,” wrote Madam Boss on her Facebook page.