- Rami Chuene has explained that her Hawks tweets were not aimed at the Fergusons
- Rami is a former cast member of popular telenovela The Queen which is produced by the Fergusons
- Rami recently share that she wants the Hawks to investigate "greedy" bosses in the entertainment industry
Rami Chuene has shared that her recent tweets about the Hawks were not aimed at the Fergusons. The veteran actress recently set social media alight when she revealed that she wants the Hawks to raid the entertainment industry.
The Isono actress wants the Hawks to investigate alleged corruption and exploitation in her industry. Tweeps were quick to assume that she was sub-tweeting her former bosses, the Fergusons. They accused her of being jealous of them after they allegedly did not renew her contract on The Queen.
The star has explained that she was not referring to the Fergusons when she tweeted about "the mighty, unstoppable and greedy entertainment gods".
"The entertainment industry is huge guys. I can’t be talking about the industry and you think I’m talking about one show/production. I’m way bigger than that. Yes, I am. You’re thinking one grain and I’m talking about the whole farm."
Social media users didn't believe a word Rami said even after she denied that the tweets were aimed at the Fergusons. Check out some of the comments below:
"Oksalayo we all know who you talking about."
"Tell yourself that lie sister."
"Sad case this one shame, go out there and build your own stuff and stop trying to drag down a fellow black (wo)man, haikhona ausi stop this nonsense already."
"Since you have been fired from The Queen you've become bitter... that's why we think you are referring to them."
Briefly.co.za reported that Rami said when the directorate for priority crimes investigation is done arresting corrupt Mzansi politicians and government officials they must investigate greedy entertainment bosses.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he also contracted Covid-19. The Amademoni rapper recently opened up about his coronavirus journey during an interview on an American show called the Ebro Show.
During the interview, Mufasa told Ebro about his own battle with Covid-19. He said he was not able to work for two weeks due to the complications from the virus.
"At first, it was just a scary part where we didn't know what's going on but we stayed home. And then I started training to prepare for this boxing match."
He said he was at the peak of his fitness when he contracted the disease.
"I contracted Covid-19 in a meeting and everybody was social distancing and doing everything that we were told to do. Somehow I caught it and if I wasn't called by the person who tested positive then I wouldn't have known."
Cass said he he had a "little headache" when he went to get himself tested for Covid-19. The star expressed that the virus got challenging on the seventh day of his isolation.
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