- Mzansi television personality Felicia Mabuza-Suttle took to Twitter to show love to Anele Mdoda
- Felicia engaged on a topic that was discussed on Anele's talk show on DStv Honey, The Buzz
- Social media users found the exchange between them heart-warming and are hoping for a sit-down
Felicia Mabuza-Suttle took to social media recently to show support to Anele Mdoda. Anele has been hosting a talk show called The Buzz on DStv Honey and fans have been loving her skills on the programme.
Recently, Anele discussed a controversial topic about borrowing money from family members on her show and this sparked a debate on the Twitter timeline. Felicia tweeted to Anele, showing her love for her aura:
"Love your energy. It comes through with that smile and gap from 10,000 miles away. Yebo, sithanda izindaba (we love the business), that's why talk shows keep us talking and laughing. Keep up the good work."
Anele replied to Felicia and told her that she loves her madly. The conversation on social media had Mzansi asking the two talk show hosts to have a sit-down of their own soon.
Felicia said that she loves Anele's energy once again and said that it's what keeps her young.
"I love your energy. It keeps me young. That is why I pitch in to share some generational wisdom here and there. Or maybe, ngi thanda izindaba za bantu (I like other people's business)."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Shona Ferguson hinted at the return of Rockville and excited fans reacted. Shona Ferguson took to social media recently to hint at the return of Mzansi Magic drama, Rockville.
The viewers of the show got excited when the executive producer of the show took to Instagram on Tuesday, 16 March and shared a video of some of the characters' dressing rooms. Shona also played the role of JB in the drama series while his wife Connie portrayed the character of Mavis.
The star-studded cast of the show includes talented Mzansi actors such as Gail Mabalane, Boity and Sello Maake KaNcube. Sello celebrated his 61st birthday a few days ago.
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