Vatiswa Ndara sheds some light on her unexpected Muvhango exit

Vatiswa Ndara sheds some light on her unexpected Muvhango exit

- Vatiswa recently announced that she is leaving Muvhango

- Rumours say she was axed because of her attitude, but Vatiswa has come forward to set the record straight

- She was apparently told in March already that they no longer needed her, and not because Vatiswa was difficult to work with

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Vatiswa Ndara has officially left Muvhango and had to once again come forward to protect herself as the entertainment industry tries to bury her.

The talented actress’s name has been associated with drama ever since she openly spoke out about the real demons of the entertainment industry, tainting the Ferguson name in the process.

Briefly.co.za, like many others, is shocked by the news of Vatiswa’s exit from Muvhango.

Vatiswa claims she left due to contractual issues; however, rumour has it that she was dismissed as a result of her problematic personality.

Speaking on the matter and addressing rumours, Vatiswa told TshisaLive that she most certainly was not difficult nor was she dismissed.

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According to Vatiswa, it all started back in March when she sat down with the producers of Muvhango and was told they no longer needed her on set. Vatiswa was to work until June but would be paid up until the end of August, as that was when her contract officially ended.

Vatiswa is fully aware of the rumours and she couldn’t care less what people think because she knows they’re not true.

"If you were to speak to the producers that I worked with and ask them how I'm difficult, I don’t even think even a single person would say a thing.
"There's rumours that I throw tantrums and I hold up production. There's never been one production that has ever stopped because I was throwing a tantrum," explained Vatiswa.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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