- Rami Chuene shared a lot of information about herself and that she would be prepared to work with the Fergusons again
- She was a guest on the highly anticipated cooking show Dinner at Somizi's where she enthralled her guest with her wisdom and character
- Besides the revelations, she also had advice for production houses on how to handle disputes
Rami Chuene was the first celebrity guest on Somizi's new cooking show, Dinner at Somizi's. Somizi and his husband were enthralled with Rami due to her wisdom and charms.
Mzansi was a bit critical of Somgaga not being a chef but the country has since warmed up to him after the latest show.
The conversation touched on many different topics, from her public spat with the Fergusons and her daughter's OnlyFans account.
She revealed that she would be open to the option of working with the Fergusons.
"It depends. I would tell them to listen more. Being able to be a listener doesn't take away from the kind of leader that you are. Also being creative does not mean you have to close off your human element," she said.
She had some excellent advice for production houses, that they should allow communication when disputes arise.
"It is unfortunate (that producers see the expression as a form of attack on them) because that is the nature of the business. In the entertainment industry, people should not be untouchable. "
"If we are not happy with the executive producers I think its an element that we need to discuss, if you are not happy with directors and the channel then open the channel of communication," she advised.
Briefly.co.za reported that Rami Chuene has taken to social media to react to claims that obesity increases the Covid-19 mortality rate.
The veteran actress feels that scientists are targeting obese people instead of finding a cure for the coronavirus. She slammed the "unnecessary observation" because it has not been scientifically proven yet.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Somizi Mhlongo brought people to tears with his moving tribute to his late mother. Losing a parent is one of the hardest things anyone ever has to face in life.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the funeral service for the late Mary Twala took place today in Soweto at Grace Bible Church. The iconic actress passed on Saturday, 4 July, at the age of 80 after battling illness – it was a heavy moment for Mzansi.
Due to limitations of the coronavirus, Somizi and his family decided to stream the service so that all who knew, loved and honoured their mother could attend.
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