Rami Chuene speaks out on difficulties of working in acting industry

Rami Chuene speaks out on difficulties of working in acting industry

- Rami Chuene has opened up about the exploitation suffered by many in the acting industry

- She says that she has always spoken out against injustice for actors but her voice is now amplified by Twitter

- The actress was dismissed from The Queen after her relationship with the Fergusons became strained

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Rami Chuene has never been one to hide how she feels. The veteran actress has opened up about the difficulties of the Mzansi acting industry. It was reported that her vocal criticism is what caused the deterioration of her relationship with the Fergusons, leading to her being written out of their show, The Queen.

Chuene apparently sided with actress Vatiswa Ndara who wrote an open letter to the Minister of Arts & Culture to complain about working with the Fergusons.

Rami Chuene speaks out on difficulties of working in acting industry

Rami Chuene was allegedly dismissed from The Queen for siding with Vatiswa Ndara
Source: Instagram

In an interview with TshisaLIVE, Rami said that she has always been vocal about the exploitation of actors in the industry and social media has amplified her voice.

She expressed disappointment that the ministry did not protect artists. Briefly.co.za reported that the actress landed a new role and social media users couldn't be more excited.

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Meanwhile, the Fergusons were thrown a lifeboat by SK Khoza who recently came to their defence. He stood up for the Fergusons amid rumours about how they treat employees.

An actor recently came out to publicly bash them for how he was treated while on The Queen. SK claims that many of the allegations are based on nothing but hate and jealousy.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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