- Tony Kgorore has been praised for his stellar performance on Imbewu: The Seed
- The veteran actor gave an emotional performance when he exited the popular show on Monday evening
- The star played the character of fan fave Ngcolosi who died in hospital after being shot
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!
Imbewu: The Seed viewers have praised veteran Mzansi actor Tony Kgorore for his acting skills. The fans of the popular show took to social media to share that they shed tears after his emotional exit from the show on Monday evening.
The star, who played the character of Ngcolosi, has left Imbewu allegedly due to salary issues. Many fans were heartbroken when Ngcolosi died in hospital after being shot. It was his final episode on the telenovela.
Tony's fans have expressed that they will miss his stellar performances on the drama series. The star also expressed that "it's scary to play dead". Briefly.co.za gathered that Tony was one of the fan fave on the lit show. Below are some of the reactions from the viewers.
"Playing dead is not easy man. @TonyKgoroge uzamile baba, kodwa (you tried but) that eye sold you out."
"Bhut’ Tony is a real legend, the exit speaks for itself!! No noise made and we are still in shock about the departure. Unexpected. Thank you for your talent."
"For me Tony Kgoroge is one of the best male actors in Mzansi."
"Am so disappointed in the producers for not keeping you man, I was looking forward to you being the majority shareholder of Maluju Oil."
"For ever my best Actor."
READ ALSO: My Yoki Yoki: Musician Vhudi explains meaning of Idols SA hit song
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africans are mourning the death of veteran football reporter S'busiso Mseleku. The former City Press sports editor reportedly succumbed to Covid-19 on Monday night, 17 August. Mseleku died in the Midvaal Private Hospital in Vereeniging after a short Covid-19-related illness.
The legendary sports writer, 59, left City Press last year to form his own company called Mseleku Sports. Football commentators, writers and media personalities have paid tribute to Mseleku. Veteran radio and TV sports presenter Robert Marawa said:
"Growing up, I knew that every time I saw this face, I had to read whatever he had written... The trend carried on into adulthood and all the way up to his sad passing yesterday. Help us to relive and honour the straight shooting, award-winning journalist on #MSW tonight."
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!