Thabo Mthimkhulu packs the powerful power to surprise with each of his performances. He is no freshman in the comedy circuit as for the past three years he has been performing at the Ozone Comedy Nights alongside his friend and mentor Jay Boogie. It was at the South African Comedy Academy workshops in 2012 that he would take on comedy as a professional career, his developments there forced even his peers to take him seriously as a performer. The next stage in his career saw him getting opportunities to perform at venues like Tshwane Comedy Nights, Parkers Comedy & Jive, Morula Sun Comedy Thursdays and at the Soweto Theatre. He uses his sharp humour to shape motivational talks for prisoners at the Rustenburg Correctional Services and give a few minutes of some stand up comic relief for them.