Pallance Dladla puts an end to demeaning Isibaya dumping rumours

Pallance Dladla puts an end to demeaning Isibaya dumping rumours

- Pallance Dladla has been accused of just up and leaving his role in Isibaya

- His manager Wesley Gainer gave a statement putting an end to the obscured rumours

- Wesley assured the public that Pallance gave adequate notice and did not disrespect his team or role in Isibaya

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Pallance Dladla cannot believe that people are saying that he dumped Mzansi Magic show Isibaya.

Being bombarded with untruthful accusations is the last thing Pallance needed. learnt that Pallance’s manager Wesley Gainer, gave a statement, putting an end to the obscured rumours.

Isibaya has lost a few key members of late. It first started with Nomzamo Mbatha and then Menzi Ngubane – peeps could not help but think the show was losing all hope after Pallance.

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Pallance’s manager Wesley Gainer sent a statement to TshisaLIVE, in which he explained that Pallance had given adequate notice to the Isibaya team and that the claims made were not taken lightly as Pallance hold great pride in the way he conducts himself as an actor.

"I have known and worked with Mr Dladla for many years. I can tell you, together with his team, that he is a mindful actor who deeply respects his work, his peers, the industry at large and its producers. As any actor he is actively pushing the boundaries of his craft by pursuing international work while securing and maintaining local contracts, such as Isibaya."

The only flaw Gainer said Pallance could be gunned for is the fact he was pursuing other opportunities whilst still contracted to Isibaya, other than that, he has held his head high and done the respectful thing.

Pallance played his role as Jabulani Zungu with great pride and gave of his all to the show. We are sure that he will be sorely missed.

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