Felix Hlophe Biography, Profile, Age, Career, Education, Relationship, Controversy


Felix Hlophe Biography and Profile

Felix Hlophe was born on the 11th day of November in the late 1970s. He hails from Pretoria, growing up in a humble household. His parents imparted him with strong values and discipline, supporting his education. Recognized for his comedic flair and entertainment skills early on, he effortlessly brought joy wherever he went. He also experienced firsthand the era of apartheid in South Africa.



Felix Hlophe kickstarted his career as a comedian at neighborhood spots and built a massive following across various cities in Mzansi. He’s currently making waves at the renowned South African radio station Gagasi 99.5 FM, following a successful stint at VUMA 103 FM. His stand-up comedy routines have been the cornerstone of his national acclaim.
He brings a distinct flavor to his comedy, delivering his jokes in isiZulu, setting him apart from other SA comedians and attracting fans from all corners. Felix Hlophe hosts his comedy gigs in and around South Africa, with popular shows like 99% Zulu Comedy and the Hallelujah Comedy Show at The Playhouse. His latest stand-up act, “I Hate My Wife and Bad Teacher,” drew applause during a recent night performance in Mzansi.


Felix Hlophe finished his elementary and high school studies in Pretoria, South Africa.


He’s joyfully wedded to Tracey Smith Hlophe, his soulmate. Their grand wedding took place in Durban, South Africa, with notable figures like radio host Linda Sibiya and Pastor Vusi Dube from the South African entertainment scene gracing the occasion. They are blessed with a child named Amile Hlophe.


Tracy Smith-Hlophe, the spouse of the well-known Gagasi FM morning show presenter and comedian Felix Hlophe, has verified that her husband will be marrying another woman and she is currently preparing to embrace her into their family.

Tracy Smith-Hlophe, the spouse of the famous Gagasi FM breakfast show host and comedian Felix Hlophe, has acknowledged on social media that initially, she was not pleased with Ayanda’s presence in their lives. In a recent live session, she emphasized the need for privacy regarding the matter involving Ayanda. Tracy expressed her journey from initial discomfort to acceptance of Ayanda as she got to know her better through various interactions. Felix initially joked about polygamy on his radio show, but later confirmed his decision to take a second wife, highlighting that his polygamous marriage would be unique. He expressed confusion over the public interest in his personal choices and assured that each wife would receive significant material support.