Actress Phindile Gwala fired from Imbewu The Seed
Bootylicious Imbewu actress Phindile Gwala has reportedly been fired from the popular eTV show. According to a original publication the actress has been failing to deliver on her amusement chops hence directors of the show decided to give her marching orders.
The actress portrays the fiery character of Fikile and she joined the show in 2020. Fikile left observers on the edge of their collaborative seats during her debut speaking at Ngcolosi’s burial. Observers were intrigued by her and wondered who she was.
Her character won the hearts of numerous people with the drama, but sorely she could n’t win the hearts of the new directors due to her poor performance.
“ Phindile’s on- screen character was being struck off because of her craft capability. The directors have it that her gift isn’t what the showrunners anticipated out of her. Still, it was revealed that the new directors weren’t veritably impressed, so they didn’t want to keep her,” said a source.
Phindile rose to superstardom when she played the character of Nonny on SABC 2 soapie Muvhango. We wonder what’s coming for her now. Another character exiting the show is supposedly Muzi Mthabela, who plays the part of Menzi. In real life, the actor is a Christian and he’s supposedly unimpressed with playing a Casanova.
Thapelo Ramatsui, prophet for Imbewu The Seed, verified that the two actors will leave the soapie, but said that it’ll be a brief break.
“ They’re on a hiatus from the show … They want to explore other avenues, similar as other work openings. Durban is quite a stretch, so if they want to pursue other interests in Johannesburg, we give them latitude to pursue other systems and conceivably come back. We didn’t fire anyone,” Ramatsui said.
Muzi won the hearts of numerous people on Isibaya when he played the important loved character of Duma. He exited the show after it was reported that it would not be renewed for a ninth season due to a decline in viewership.
He thanked everyone who supported him on the show. “ To every casting director who ever had faith in me isandla sedlula ikhanda. My fellow mummers (ezakwa Ndlovu) Bheki Mkhwane and Bhuti Bongani Gumede. For your donation in my craft Ngiyabonga. A veritably special thanks to a family that’s special to me@sdumo. mtshali for ALWAYS pushing me To go further. Ngiyabonga. “ Forget the Words and search for your verity” you would say.
I learnt a lot from@andilemx. Your passion for acting is visible. To the entire cast@gcinagrace engisebenze nabo Thank you for the love and tips. The crew of Isibaya … I love you guys. You ALWAYS encouraged me magenge. You made me. You loved me. Ngiyabonga. To the pens … CHEERS Thank you for loving Duma.” he said.
We wish them all the stylish in their unborn endeavours.