- Buhle Samuels has allegedly been fired from the soapie Muvhango for being too much of a diva on set
- According to sources, Buhle has a short temper and would often fight with the staff of the soapie
- Buhle wants to move on to "greener pastures" so that she can focus on her music career as well as acting
Buhle Samuels has recently been making waves as she is part of the star-studded cast in Kings of Joburg but now she's in the headlines for other reasons. Buhle has reportedly been fired from the SABC soapie Muvhango for being a diva.
She plays Matshidiso on the soapie and according to a report by Sunday World, Buhle has been fired because the producers could no longer take her behaviour.
Two insiders gave different reasons for the actresses' exit from the show. One said that she left on good terms and the other said that fame got to her head so she has been treating in a distasteful manner.
There had been complaints being raised about Buhle being rude to make-up artists and other staff members. According to sources, she also has a short temper and would often fight with people on set.
However, other reports state that Buhle left Muvhango to move to greener pastures. She left the show before for two years so that she could focus on her acting and music career.
"This is my year I am taking over everything that's mine with God on my side. They say the sky is the limit. I say I want it all the ocean and the sky. It's my time and it's my year," said Buhle.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Emtee responded to accusations of promoting the use of drugs. Emtee recently took to social media to respond to the accusations that he is promoting the use of drugs. The rapper, who has is a proud marijuana smoker and drinker, implied that he is doing better than most rappers who don't take drugs.
Emtee took to Twitter on Friday, 4 December and shared his opinion on the people who have criticised him for allegedly promoting the use of drugs. He asked his naysayers how they feel when someone who uses drugs is doing well than them.
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