Oros Mampofu, a South African television actor, has become a father for the second time. Oros and his fiancée Bianca announced on social media that they have become parents for the second time.
Bianca and Oros both posted photos of themselves holding their newborn baby on social media.
Oros Mampofu and his partner Bianca Carmicheal who also happens to be the mother of his adorable daughter have an interesting Youtube channel called, Black Love Unplugged ” which usually talks about relatable topics that pertain to relationships and they also reveal quite a lot about their own relationship as well.
The channel now has thousands of subscribers and it seems the number of subscribers is growing all the time.
The couple has discussed various topics on their channel such as polygamy verse monogamy, whether Is marriage relevant, gratitude in love, managing negative opinions, and love languages just to mention a few.
In one of their most popular episodes, they talked about boundaries in love, and what type of boundaries should exist in relationships: phones, laptop access, and privacy when you are in a relationship. If someone should have access to their partner’s phone or laptop.
Oros asked his fiancée Bianca how she feels about having access to her partner’s phone and she responded by saying she does not believe if you are in a relationship your partner must have access to your phone although she did mention that she would snoop if she thought something was wrong and had suspicions.
Oros also agreed with this and pointed out that sometimes people become obsessed with their partner’s phones and that is not a good thing in a relationship. The couple also opened up about their relationship and Bianca revealed that she does not know the password to Oros’ phone but Oros knows the password to her phone.
Oros Mampofu is without a doubt one of the most gifted actors in Mzansi.
We were first introduced to him on the popular SABC 1 drama Skeem Saam and he has since stolen the hearts of many women with his cute boyish charm and talent.
In 2015 he got his big breakthrough when he starred in a movie titled ‘Rise’ which was directed by Rea Rangaka.
Oros then went on and got a role in Igazi in 2016, one of the productions under Ferguson Films. In that same year, he starred in a feature film, ‘The Lucky Specials’ which explained how tuberculosis spreads and how it can be treated.
His onscreen talent was being seen by many producers and they all wanted to work with him. In 2017, he appeared in an E.tv drama series titled ‘Harvest’. Then in 2018, he landed a role in ‘Ingoma’. This drama series is about three aspiring artists from the Eastern Cape who are lured to Cape Town with the promise of breaking into the music industry.