- Rami cannot believe how toxic the entertainment industry currently is
- Back in Rami's day, they helped one another succeed, they weren't the reason for anyone's downfall
- She explained the significance of 'paying it forward' and urged the youth to help each other succeed
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Mzansi’s beautiful actress Rami Chuene reminisced on the good old days when love and unity are what the entertainment industry was about – not shade-throwing and backstabbing.
The entertainment industry is filled with name-calling and finger-pointing. Rami feels disgusted in what it has become.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Rami preached some vital words of wisdom to the younger entertainment industry people, telling them that they are what is wrong with the industry.
Taking to social media, Rami explained how back on the day they supported one another and helped one another succeed. Not like today when people drag another down just to get one step forward.
Rami strongly believes in helping others succeed and being happy for others' success. She decorated her post with a powerful hashtag, #PayItForward.
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She went on to explain how they even lent each other’s wigs and helped with transportation to get a fellow actor to an audition. There was no favour too big or small, and she wishes it was till like that today.
Our flawless Miss Universe, Zozibini Tunzi, even stepped forward to emphasise the value and importance of what Rami had to say.
"A very important thread. We all are because someone was," inserting a love emoji. "Do the same. Pass on the baton. Pay it forward."
In other news, there is a debate trending on Twitter at the moment and the topic is young actors versus established actors.
It all began when a well-known scriptwriter gave her opinion on the abuse she feels young actresses endure from those who have been in the business a long time. She described the abuse as shocking.
Actresses Rami Chuene, Zenande Mfenyana and Nokuthula Mavuso have also shared their feelings on the topic.
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