That is exactly how television personality Joel Keitumele looks like in his latest comedy release, Ntsoro le Toki, part 3. In the past Keitumele forced a local tabloid to make a retraction after it alleged he was gay.
This time he does not feel embarrassed nor insulted being called the "woman". In the latest comedy Ntsoro is forced to dress like a woman, speak like a woman, and get a woman's job in the kitchen to survive biting unemployment.
In the comedy, Ntsoro's manly attributes show, as he gets jealous whenever his female boss is visited by boyfriends. Ntsoro chases them out of the house by poisoning their drinks and food. The Ntsoro comedy series started coming out late last year. The second Ntsoro comedy also saw funny man Radikgang Madiawe, starring in the film.
The latest video is interesting with some famous showbiz faces. Popular music promoter Zenzele Hirschfield stars as Ntsoro's girlfriend, while jazz musician Nnunu Ramogotsi co-stars as Ntsoro's boss at Phakalane.Besides the comedy series, Keitumele has also released two drama series, O bone o ja sereto Part 1, and Part II.
The Ntsoro concepts as popularised by the Botswana Television (Btv) star through his music show, Mokaragana. Initially Keitumele used the Ntsoro character in his Mokaragana jokes.
The enterprising presenter later decided to release the jokes on audio CDs, perhaps inspired by the success of radio comedian Michael Dignash Morapedi, who had also produced his radio jokes into CDs.