- Uzalo star, Dawn Thandeka King, has denied claims that she is leaving the popular SABC 1 soapie
- Some social media reports had claimed that writers at Uzalo were fed up with Dawn's diva attitude and demands to change story lines
- Both Uzalo and Dawn have vehemently denied the rumours, with Dawn saying she doesn't know where the rumours are coming from
Dawn Thandeka King has denied rampant rumours that she is leaving Uzalo.
Apparently, writers are getting tired of her diva antics and demands for script changes.
The star told TshisaLIVE that she has no idea where the rumours are coming from and they are absolutely not true.
Dawn said, “I have denied it. The show has denied it. We don't know what else to say any more. Every week a different source writes the same story over and over again. I am not leaving the series. My story line is growing stronger and stronger.”
In response to claims that she was difficult to work with, Dawn said her work speaks for itself.
She said, “I won't defend my character. People who worked with me know what kind of person I am. I don't know what the intention is. I respect my work. I respect my employers. I respect everyone I work with. I have worked on several projects and never had any issues.”
For their part, when a fan asked directly if Dawn was leaving on Uzalo's Instagram page, the page responded with an emphatic "No."
In related new, in May Briefly.co.za reported that Dawn had wished her beautiful daughter an awesome birthday.
She took to social media to write, "Happy birthday to my baby girl. May God keep you and bless you."
In other news, Briefly.co.za yesterday reported that Penny Lebyane proudly showed off natural hair with a touch of grey.
The beauty is ageing like fine wine and isn't afraid to flaunt it.
The star posted a stunning image of herself rocking her natural hair - it was tied back and exposed a few strands of grey.
Another star who has made grey hair into a fashion statement is none other than 50-year-old stunner, Connie Ferguson.
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