Young, Famous & African is the first African Reality television show. This docu-series will explore the World of Africa’s Elite. Africa is a continent that is lavish with resources. We see a lot of Poverty in this continent in many documentaries. Yes, there is Poverty, but there are also the lucky ones who can lay on a bed of roses.
Young Famous & African will make a group of Celebrities and influencers from privileged backgrounds live together to find friendships, romance, and reunions with familiar faces. These Crazy affluent millennials and Zoomers will postpone their international travels to cohabit with their peers from different African nations.
Even if they are from similar social standings, there is still a diversity of personalities which leads to people clashing.
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For Sure, we already have hundreds of Lifestyle based Reality shows that show us the life of superabundant people, but we rarely see this side of Africa. Some people criticize this show because millions of people suffer from this continent. But so do in countries like the US and the UK. The Biggest positive of this show is the stereotypes that this collective will break of celebs. That is unfair because you don’t see people demanding the Kardashian/Jenner Clan to help charities. It would be better if these African Stars would use their platform to help the underprivileged.
Netflix already had the Rich communities of other demographics represented before in Reality Shows.
Young Famous & African got entirely filmed in Johannesburg, South Africa. It will debut this March 18. Some stars who will make appearances on the show are Khanyi Mbau, Diamond Platnumz, Annie Macaulay-Idibia, Innocent “2baba” Idibia, Nadia Nakai, Swanky Jerry, Zari “The Boss Lady,” Naked DJ, Kayleigh Schwark, and Andile Ncube. Netflix made some Asian Representation with Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives and Bling Empire.