- Menzi Ngubane has posted a throwback snap of himself when he dressed as 'mfundisi' on Isibaya
- Menzi used to confuse his arch-rivals on Isibaya by dressing up as a pastor
- Menzi played the character of Judas Ngwenya, who used to trick his enemies with different disguises
Menzi Ngubane has shared a hilarious throwback snap of himself when he disguised himself as 'mfundisi' (pastor) on Isibaya. The veteran actor played the role of Judas Ngwenya on the telenovela. Judas used to confuse his enemies with his many faces.
The star took to Instagram on Monday, 23 November and shared a snap of himself dressed as a pastor. He was with another lady in the pic. Menzi shared that he was honouring the young woman for "doing an outstanding job with wardrobe" when he was still part of the Isibaya cast. Menzi wrote:
"Did you pray yesterday?! I’m honouring the lady next to me for doing an outstanding job with wardrobe when I was at #isibaya, home gal from KZN."
Menzi's fans took to his comment section on the photo-sharing app to react to his throwback snap. Many shared that they couldn't recognise him. Check out some of the comments below:
"Yeeyyi! I really enjoyed those episodes shame. And that mkhulu and rasta disguises."
"That character was dangerous. Gevaarlik."
"Hope Judas is coming back."
"We miss you, Isibaya is not the same."
"My good sir, we miss you on our screens... I hope we will be seeing you on The Queen. They need you to spice it up."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that that Rhythm City has been cancelled after being on air for 13 years. The e.tv soapie will broadcast its final episode on 16 July, 2021.
Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela shared the sad news on Twitter on Friday afternoon, 20 November. The viewers of the show have also taken to the micro-blogging app to share their views on the latest development. Phil wrote:
"TV: Rhythm City cancelled. Long-running daily drama is coming to an end after 13 years on tv. The show will air its last episode on 16 July 2021 at 7:00PM."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomzamo Mbatha's younger brother Zamani has bagged a role on Rhythm City. Zamani will play the role of Suffocate's adoptive son Pule Ndlovu. Suffocate plays the leading role in the soapie.
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