- Fans reacted with shock when Zoe Mthiyane was fired from the set of Generations: The Legacy
- Rumours were rife as to why she was let go but nothing has been confirmed yet
- What we do know is that Motshidi Motshekgwa has been named as her replacement but the contract has not been signed yet
Zoe Mthiyane has been removed from Generations: The Legacy and fans were shook but it didn't take long for a replacement to be found.
Zoe's departure was filled with as much drama as a daytime soapie, she was arrested for allegedly driving while under the influence and fans have suspected that this may have been one of the reasons if not a contributing one for her removal.
Another rumour is that her relationship with Rapulana Seiphemo was an issue with allegations that Rapulana was less than faithful to her.
However, this is all speculation and nothing firm has come from the studio or Zoe as the reason for her dismissal.
Fans have reacted to the news that she will be replaced by Motshidi Motshekgwa, however, this has not yet been 100% confirmed.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Zoe Mthiyane has reportedly been fired from Generations: The Legacy. The actress had been suspended after allegedly arriving on set intoxicated, but it seems management has decided to dismiss her completely.
Zoe played the character of Zitha Langa on the popular SABC1 soapie. Entertainment blogger Phil Mphela shared the story on Twitter.
Social media users have reacted to the news. Twitter user BoituRSA said:
"Was listening to her interview on metro fm in the afternoon. Hope she's OK"
In other news, Actress Zoe Mthiyane took to social media to share some self-motivation. The media personality is reportedly going through a rough time after her break-up from Rapulana Seiphemo.
According to reports, the actor cheated on her and she has been drowning her sorrows in alcohol. Taking to Instagram, Zoe posted a message which read:
“My biggest flex honestly is that God never took His hand off me.”
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