Vuyo Dabula who plays Gadaffi on Generations: the Legacy, was recently reported on most blogs that he was leaving Generations: the Legacy. But the Legacy actor denied these claims and rumours saying he is not going anywhere.
The Legacy actor said he is here to stay.
“I am staying. There are a whole lot of stories around this. It is a bit bizarre, the idea that I am leaving Generations has been preceded by other news that has been circulating that I am leaving SA,” he says.
Vuyo Dabula who is 44 years this year was reported to be unemployed because he left Generations in order to join the Queen telenovela while others said he left for Uzalo. Others said Gadaffi, was going international, while some sources said Gaddafi is unemployed and he is looking for Job even a chance to go back generation.
“The fantastical one, the grand one, was that I was going to work with 50 cent on Black Mafia family. It is certainly exciting to read,” the actor said.
Apart from rumours of him leaving the telenovela of SABC1, Generations, some rumours said the actor was set in between two important offers. One offer was to join Uzalo or Queen Sono.
“We were going to do Queen Sono next year but unfortunately that has been cancelled”, he added.
From this it sounds as though the actor had been sumoned for greater opportunities but he got disappointed, so he searched his way back to his former Job at Generations. And since he says he isn’t going anywhere it means he got his Job back.
Dadula was featured in some international films. This includes Shaft 6, and our very local Queen Sono.
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