Vuyo Dabula Opens Up About Smoking Weed on MacG's Podcast: "Yeah, I Do"

Vuyo Dabula Opens Up About Smoking Weed on MacG's Podcast: "Yeah, I Do"

  • Veteran actor Vuyo Dabula has opened up about smoking weed during a recent interview with podcaster MacG
  • The Generations: The Legacy star revealed that he puffs about two to three joints a day if he's not very busy
  • A snippet of the interesting interview was shared by a Twitter user on the micro-blogging platform

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Generations: The Legacy star Vuyo Dabula has opened up about smoking weed. The actor was a guest on a recent episode of Podcast and Chill with MacG.

MacG shared that he asked the fan-fave if he smoked marijuana after hilariously realising that the star responded like most dagga smokers when asked a question.

Vuyo Dabula, opens up, smoking weed, MacG's podcast
Vuyo Dabula opened up about smoking weed. Image: @vuyodabula
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In a clip of the show shared by a tweep on Twitter, the opinionated MacG asks the popular thespian:

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"Do you do some weed, do you smoke weed?"

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Vuyo Dabula, who plays the character of a gangster named Gadaffi in the SABC 1 soapie, responded:

"Yeah I do. How can you tell?"

MacG then gave the star a hilarious response:

"Cause when you talk you go to four different off-ramps."

Vuyo, who said he smokes about two to three joints a day when he's not busy, explained to MacG that's how he actually talks in real life. He said even his friends know that.

"The weed actually makes it worse. I'm like that."

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In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Priddy Ugly stood up to Ntsiki Mazwai after she claimed he posted a video of himself smoking. The opinionated poet thought that the rapper was puffing in a video he posted online recently.

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Ntsiki took to Priddy's comment section and shared her thoughts on "male privilege". She claimed men can smoke anyhow they like while women get slammed for doing the same thing. Ntsiki, who is known for shading Mzansi celebs on social media, took to Priddy's timeline on Twitter and said:

"Male privilege is nice… Thina they call us names for smoking."

The Soil rapper subtly clapped back at Ntsiki, according to ZAlebs. He denied that he was smoking in the clip but was burning sage.

"I feel you sis, and that’s unfortunate, it isn’t fair - you’re right. However, the only thing smoking in this video is the sage."

Source: Briefly News

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