- The Queen viewers are not as excited about Shaka's return as they were initially
- It seems to have been an anti-climax and now many think that his resurrection reeks of desperation to get more viewers
- Others are bored by the storyline progression and have been questioning the many plot holes that have emerged
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Shaka caused huge uproar when he rose from the dead and made a return on the hit show, The Queen. Viewers were amused by everyone's reaction to the man's return, but it seems the excitement is slowly dwindling away.
Many have become bored by the character's storyline and feel that there are too many plot gaps that have not been answered. It seems viewers want a good explanation about how Shaka evaded the grave and about why SK actually left the show in the first place. Twitter user Nomvuula1 said:
"#TheQueenMzansi You can see that Shaka is not just angry at Kagiso and Dingaan but also angry at Connie for firing him."
"#TheQueenMzansi should just close their spaza shop. We all asked for Shaka back but we didn’t say Shaka’s storyline should be forced. We all know they’re desperate for viewers but they should not undermine our intelligence."
"Karabo fainting knowing very well that she fired Shaka. #TheQueenMzansi"
"This Shaka revenge mission is boring shem, not to mention Mildred’s storyline #TheQueenMzansi"
"It would have been better if Shaka came back as a ghost, some Lesilo Rula kinda vibe #TheQueenMzansi"
"Whoever wrote Shaka's new storyline must be fired, out, go join Generations or Mzansi Bioskop. #TheQueenMzansi"
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that SK Khoza has made his return and fans are buzzing. It is always sad when a character disappears off of your favourite TV show, but it makes it so worth it when they make a sneaky return. Fans made the show trend on social media a they celebrated his homecoming.
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