eTV's Scandal held the first of many Q&A sessions on Facebook, and first to answer fans' questions was Lusanda Mbane, who plays the role of Boniswa in the show. Lusanda clearly had fun during the recording of the video.
Scandal! had the first of what they say will be many live interactive sessions on Facebook recently, and Lusanda Mbane, who fans know as Boniswa, was the first one to answer questions.
Although the start didn't go as smoothly as planned, Lusanda remained friendly and charming and seemed almost eager to answer the questions that fans had sent through.
The first question was about Boniswa's school in Bisho, and she said she'd love to show off the rebuilt school and maybe even the learners. That would be a nice treat for viewers, who only see Boniswa at home.
Some fans have been worried about Lusanda's weight loss, but she assured everyone that the loss was planned, and added that she's glad people took notice.
When one fan asked if it was Mthunzi's fault that Boniswa lost weight, the actress replied by saying, "Yoh, guys you have no idea what it's like to have a son-in-law like this!"
She then said she lost weight for health reasons, and that the timing was perfect because her weight loss started around the same time when the Mthunzi storyline took its current direction
Many fans want Boniswa to take Mthunzi down, and Lusanda said that as long as she's around, she'll make sure he goes down. That's all she could say, fans will have to stay tuned to find out what happens next.
The actress also had reassurance for those who worried that she might leave the show because of the Mthunzi storyline.
"Boniswa is not going anywhere. You heard it from the horse's mouth."
Then Ayanda Dawet, better known as Chumani, showed up for a brief second to photobomb the Q&A session, much to Lusanda's amusement.
Just before ending the session, she added that it feels great as a performer to get to play out different emotions like anger, sadness and fear.
Check out the full question-and-answer session:
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