Luis Munana from Young, Famous & African is a Namibian international model & designer who was born in 1991 (birthday: July 23). Likely, the 31-year-old star is of the Christian religion. Follow to find his net worth & Instagram handle (@luismunana).
Netflix's Young, Famous & African, co-created by Martin Asare Amankwa and Peace Hyde, is a reality TV series that provides us a full picture of the personal as well as professional life of some of the most prominent and rich young celebrities and A-listers who work, play, flirt, and dispute. Furthermore, as they go about their lives, the young African entertainers hunt for love and rekindle old passions, which results in some drama.
Contrary to the clichéd images that the media has been portraying for years, the high-octane and affluent lives of these superstars unfold across the vast terrains of South Africa, showing a much more lively, gorgeous, and glossy appearance of the country.
Similarly, this new season has marked the debut of a very attractive and hot international model especially Luis Munana, a Namibian who wants to look magnificent all the time and make his name even wider. Let's dive right in and learn more about the new member because there is so much about him to learn.
Luis Munana From Young, Famous & African Is Hoping to Put His Home Country on the Map and Explore His Vulnerability Through the Netflix Show!
Luis Munana (@luismunana) from Young, Famous & African, who was born on July 23, 1991, is an international model and designer whose name has been included in Forbes Under 30. The 31-year-old, who follows the Christian religion, has walked the runways of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Nigeria, and London.
Likely, he has a BTech degree in finance and enjoys Kanye West's music, despite having appeared on several shows. He enjoys potatoes and thinks that anything made with potatoes is his favorite dish.
Luis Munana said his favorite site in Namibia is the river beds in Rundu, where the huge Okavango Delta spills into the ocean. He is also a fashion influencer, according to his social media activity, and frequently posts about his fashion statements on his Instagram. He has also posted a piece about energy conservation in Namibia, which tells us a lot about his environmental concern. We've got our sights set on the Golden Boy. The model looks stunning, as he asserts in the trailer when he says, "I look good all the time," and all we can do is agree.
Luis Munana From Young, Famous & African is an international model and designer.
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Talking about his source income, the Young, Famous & African cast controls four main companies, one of which is Waka Waka Moo, a 25-minute show for African children that utilizes hand puppetry and mascots. The Namibian star is also the co-founder of RaZul, a Namibian-owned luxury Champagne brand. Furthermore. he competed in Big Brother Africa as Namibia's representative. His stint on the show highlighted his captivating demeanor and enthralled people across the continent.
The 31-year-old model also owns two more fashion-related businesses: Zuriel, which aims to provide luxurious fashion clothing for men and women, and MTC Windhoek Fashion Week, which provides a platform for fashion industry artists to come together in one room and share their work and experience. However, his exact net worth has yet not been disclosed.
Luis Munana owns Waka Waka Moo, RaZul, Zuriel and MTC Windhoek Fashion Week.
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Luis Munana has also been in ads for well-known companies such as PEPSI, Etisalat, Shield, TN1 Boxes, and MiFone. His television experience includes presenting series such as Yo Music Countdown and Voigush Africa, both of which he co-founded and presented. For three years in a row, he has also presented prominent events such as the MTV Base All Africa Awards, Metro FM Awards, Namibian Annual Music Awards, Namibia's Got Talent Show, and the City of Windhoek annual New Year Bash on Live TV.
Talking about Luis Munana's journey in the Netflix show, the successful entrepreneur and former Big Brother Africa candidate want to put his own country on the world and explore his vulnerabilities. He explained,
In the end, I did [feel accepted], yes. I also felt I should open myself up more like what Khanyi said. It started as people that know each other. We sort of became a family, so I need my family to know me, that way they’ll understand who I am. If I’m closed off and if I don’t show them the real me, it’s difficult to let people in, it’s difficult for them to understand my story, and it’s difficult for them to interact and engage with me. So, to me that was a very important moment, to open myself up.