- Baby Cele and Siyabonga Shibe are set to exit Uzalo at the end of Season 6
- Baby portrays the character of Gabisile while Siyabonga plays the role of Qhabanga on the popular SABC 1 soapie
- Uzalo recently issued a statement confirming that Baby and Gabisile are leaving the telenovela
Baby Cele and Siyabonga Shibe are reportedly set to leave Uzalo at the end of Season 6. Baby plays the character of Gabisile while Siyabonga portrays the role of Qhabanga. The two characters are a couple on the popular SABC 1 show.
The two stars, who are fan faves, have for the past few months denied that they are set to exit Mzansi's most-watched TV soapie. According to news reports, Uzalo has issued a statement confirming that Baby and Siyabonga will leave the at the end of the current season.
ZAlebs reports that in the recent statement, the telenovela's producers said:
"Baby Cele and Siyabonga Shibe will indeed be leaving the show by the end of season six of Uzalo. The story has taken this direction and will give us a riveting, high-stakes ending for both characters. The decision was made in consultation with the two actors."
Uzalo also stated that they will be introducing a lot of new characters on the show "played by South Africa's best".
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has revealed that he's not looking to sign any artists to Family Tree anytime soon. The rapper was responding to a tweep on Tuesday, 13 October.
The Amademoni hitmaker shared that for now he just wants to focus on himself as an artist. The star also revealed that Nadia Nakai will remain the only signee at his record label because she's a "hard worker". Cass responded to @DestinyMindset:
"Maybe producers but not artist anytime soon. I just wanna be an artist for the next few years. Nadia is the only one cause she's loyal and she's a hard worker who don't wait on me. My studio is almost done so ima be labbing out with a few producers and artists soon."
Mufasa, who dropped his new album Any Minute Now at the beginning of September, also announced that the construction of Family Tree offices is up and running again after it was halted due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
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