- Media personality Thando Thabethe has reacted to her SAFTA snub, she's seemingly heartbroken
- The Housekeepers actress took to social media and responded to a fan who had complained after she did not get even one nomination at this year's SAFTAs
- The talented How To Ruin Christmas star and radio presenter shared three broken heart emojis
Thando Thabethe took to social media recently to react to her fans who felt the SAFTAs snubbed her this year.
The actress' followers took to Twitter and shared their thoughts on the SAFTA nominations after their fave did not receive a nod despite her stellar performance on Mzansi Magic show Housekeepers.
A Twitter handle which is a home to the star's fans, @ThabootyFanLove, believes that the stunner should have been nominated because she nailed her leading role of Linda Ndlovu in Housekeepers. The fan page tweeted on Thursday, 29 April:
"How was @Thando_Thabethe snubbed for her leading role in #Housekeepers #SAFTAs."
Thabooty took to the @ThabootyFanLove page to react to its post. She responded with three broken heart emojis.
The radio hosts other fans also joined the convo and shared their disappointment at her SAFTA snub. Check out some of their comments below:
"Oksalayo, she killed that role. An exceptional actress!"
"Yah ne... Maybe they have too many submissions and they forget other people because WOW!"
"She killed that role, she understood the assignment."
"Cabanga Thando killed that role, let me give her the award. Thabethe you deserve it..."
"Listen, she understood the assignment from S1 but than again award shows have become so political. The TALENT always outweighs the trophies, Thando is an outstanding actress."
In similar news, Briefly News reported earlier that Michael B Jordan has shared his opinion after Chadwick Bosman didn't win the Best Actor award at the Oscar Awards recently.
The talented US actor was also reportedly shook when his Black Panther co-star was snubbed for his stellar performance in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom.
Anthony Hopkins took home the Best Actor award instead of the late talented thespian. Hopkins was reportedly not even given a chance to Zoom into the ceremony to give an acceptance speech.
TooFab reported that Michael appeared on SiriusXM's The Jess Cagle Show recently and was asked about Chadwick's loss as the world felt that Chadwick deserved the award.
Michael shared that he also thought a part of everyone had "a little bit" of that feeling when they were watching the ceremony.
"There's no award that can validate his legacy," he said.
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