- Pearl had her say on how she believes Queen Sono could #OpenTheIndustry if people support it correctly
- Queen Sono kicked off with a bang and has received a lot of support since day one of its release
- The six-episode release is just not good enough for fans, but if they want more, they are going to have to give a reason to warrant more episodes being made
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Pearl Thusi defended herself against #OpenTheIndustry shade-throwers, letting them know that Queen Sono definitely has the potential to help up-and-coming actors in the future.
The whole #OpenTheIndustry debate has been going on for a while now and has proven to be a rather touchy topic.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Pearl is hoping Queen Sono has received enough support to warrant another season or two.
The Netflix series took off with a bang and trended at number one in Mzansi on its debut. Pearl has been receiving mad attention for her lit role, and rightfully so.
The people of Mzansi absolutely love the series and that is why they are quite disappointed with how short the first season was.
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Pearl responded to one disappointed fan's comment, urging fans to subscribe to Netflix and support the show in order to ensure more episodes are made, which will also make room for new actors to be showcased.
This six-episode business just is not cutting it.
In other #OpenTheIndustry news, LootLove joined in on the ‘opening up the industry’ debate and shared her views with her followers.
LootLove has a rather different view on the heavily debated topic than most of her fellow Mzansi celebs. She believes that people are only for the whole thing when it serves in favour of them.
Taking to social media, LootLove expressed her belief that when people are still trying to make it they are all for the #OpenTheIndustry, however, the minute they actually make it they fail to do their bit to help others.
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