- Dineo Langa was reportedly fired from The Queen and her exit has finally reached Mzansi TV screens
- Unfortunately, it left many viewers of The Queen feeling rather disappointed because the actress did not even appear on-screen
- Many took to social media to throw shade at the Fergusons for the weak ending and for allegedly firing Langa
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The character Keabetswe Khoza has finally made her exit from the hit show The Queen but her farewell has left Mzansi social media users less than impressed.
Dineo's character was a fan favourite but after the actress was allegedly fired from the production, many were curious to see how she would go.
Unfortunately, her demise failed to impress. Kea died after the car she was in burst into flames. The star did not even appear in the episode and many assumed that it meant she was dead.
Social media users lashed out at the Fergusons for the weak ending. Taking to social media, many made their thoughts known.
Twitter user Classic_Elijah said:
"#TheQueenMzanzi Just like Sthembiso, Kea died without appearing on The Queen. Life bafethu"
"Harriet can't even cry nje ngo mzali (like a parent) cuz she knows she fired mntanakhe (her child)."
"The Ferguson’s don’t play, first it was Sthembiso and now it’s Kea, imagine dying ungavelanga (without even appearing on screen). #TheQueenMzansi They really know how to fire a person, who's next?"
"Don’t worry Kea will come back, Shaka is the proof that nothing shall be impossible with God."
"When they FIRE you they make sure shem #TheQueenMzanzi"
"The Fergusons are sooo good. They burned Kea after they fired her."
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Meanwhile, Ntsiki Mazwai is known to speak her mind and not mince her words or care about any backlash that may follow. The radio and podcast host aimed a bit of shade Connie Ferguson's way when she said she was not sure if Connie is such a great actress.
A tweep had posted a picture of Connie and Rapulana Seiphemo. Ntsiki said:
"I don't know if I think Connie is a great actress."
Ntsiki made sure to lessen the sting by adding that Connie is "just lovable".
Connie can be seen on screens every weekday night as the devious Harriet on The Queen. Last week, Briefly.co.za reported that the popular Mzansi Magic soapie was back in viewers' good books after an epic season finale episode.
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