- Vuyo Dabula is reportedly now regretting his decision to leave Generations: The Legacy
- This comes after the show he was going to be on, Queen Sono, was not renewed for Season 2
- It has been reported that the actor is now backtracking on his decision to leave the SABC 1 soapie
It ended in tears for Vuyo Dabula after he ditched Generations: The Legacy for Queen Sono, only for it to be cancelled. As it stands, the actor is now unemployed.
According to reports, Dabula is not regretting his decision to leave SABC 1's hit television series Generations: The Legacy.
The actor ditched the famous Gadaffi role for a slot on the Netflix original Queen Sono, which has now been canned.
The Daily Sun reported that Dabula confirmed the news of his departure from Generations but he is not backtracking. When the publication asked him again, the actor said that he was not leaving the show.
ZAlebs reports that Generations is having none of it though as they have already written him off with an 'exit story'.
Briefly.co.za had previously reported that Generations: The Legacy's main man is set to leave the show for greener pastures. Vuyo Dabula confirmed that he would be leaving the show for good. Dabula had chosen Queen Sono over his more stable Generations job and shocked many.
The producers gave him an ultimatum and asked him to chose between the soapie and the Netflix show.
Dabula did not seem to hesitate and made his decision. It was further reported that Vuyo had been wanting to leave Generations for some time and the ultimatum was the perfect exit strategy.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Thembisa Nxumalo has taken to social media to reveal that she gave birth a few months ago.
The media personality shared that she's trying to get back into the rhythm of working out regularly after she delivered her bundle of joy a few months back. The 38-year-old actress kept her pregnancy a secret until she gave birth recently.
She decided to let Mzansi in on her good news on Thursday, 3 December.
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