- Mzansi actor Kay Sibiya made his debut on Generations: The Legacy on Tuesday evening and fans were excited
- Kay plays the character Siyanda, who is the villain Jack Mabaso's younger brother
- It was mostly the ladies who were the most excited about Kay's debut on the popular Mzansi soapie
Former Uzalo actor made his debut on Generations: The Legacy on Tuesday evening and fans reacted to his first appearance on the show.
When news broke that Kay had been cast for Generations, the fans were super excited to see what he could bring to the table.
Kay plays the character of Siyanda, who is the notorious Jack Mabaso's younger brother. Jack Mabaso is played by veteran Vusi Kunene.
Entertainment blogger Phil Mphela had previously reported in November 2020 that Kay would be added to the cast of the show.
Kay is excited to be acting on Generations as he used to watch the show when he was growing up. Mzansi loved his first appearance, especially the ladies.
Social media users from all over Mzansi reacted to seeing a familiar face on one of their favourite soapies. Briefly.co.za put together a few reactions from social media. Take a look at the tweets below:
@TherealSihle18 commented: "Kay Sibiya in the house. Welcome to the family."
@ZwoPrudence said: "It's time for Generations: The Legacy. Hey Kay Sibiya, nice to see you on screen."
@roxxy_amanda commented: "Siyanda is handsome. I hope Generations: The Legacy don't waste his character."
In other Mzansi television news, Briefly.co.za reported that Dawn Thandeka King is leaving Uzalo to star in a new television series. Dawn Thandeka King is moving to a new set, new cast and new television show. The star has reportedly decided to leave Uzalo and been given a role in a new series titled Diepsloot.
The actress is reportedly leaving or has already left, the cast of Uzalo which she has been a part of for four seasons.
There have been rumours of Uzalo doing a new-and-improved angle on the show but reports from industry insiders have implied that King left before the latest season began filming.
In addition, when celebrity commentator Phil Mphela reported the news he referred to Dawn Thandeka King as a "former Uzalo star", which only fuelled rumours that she had already exited the show.
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