Last day at the office: Rami Chuene bids 'The Queen' farewell

Last day at the office: Rami Chuene bids 'The Queen' farewell

- Rami Chuene will be shooting her last scenes for The Queen on 5 February

- With this, a chapter comes to an end for the admired actress

- Rami shared a very positive message about her last day at work

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Just over two weeks ago, fans of The Queen was surprised and disappointed to find out that one of their favourite characters was leaving the show.

Rami Chuene, who masterfully played the role of T-Gom, has been - according to reports - fired from the popular TV series.

T-Gom will be leaving the show in a very dramatic way - by dying. It is believed that Ferguson Films, producers of The Queen, wrote Rami's character out because of behind-the-scenes real-life drama.

Rami stood up for Vatiswa Ndara and this is allegedly why she and the Fergusons clashed, costing her the role so many people loved.

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On the day of her last shooting, Rami shared a very positive message to signal the end of a chapter in her life.

She wanted to 'burn down' the set with a really great performance as she bids farewell to the cast, crew and set.

"Stepping out, heading to #TheQueenMzansi set for the last time today. What a riot. Now let me go burn that MF down with a kick*** performance! For the culture, for control, for the love."

Shortly after news broke about Rami's exit, Briefly.co.za reported that the actress opened up about the things that actors have to face every day.

She listed dozens of difficult scenarios that our favourites have to take on and endure just to entertain us on TV.

She didn't really go into detail about why she's departing from the show but gave some little-known insight into the acting industry.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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