Earlier this year viewers saw the exit of Gadaffi from Generations: The Legacy. Fans believed that they were seeing the last of him following reports that award-winning actor Vuyo Dabula who has been embodying the character for half a decade has dumped the show for greener pastures.
An Insider told Daily Sun earlier this year that the star was shooting his exit scenes from the show and also confirmed that the character was not being killed off the show as producers were concerned about the ratings.
“Some people watched the show because of him. So his departure might turn some off, but only time will tell. His last scene is scheduled to air on 17 March.
“He is busy shooting his exit scenes from the show, and viewers will get to see the last of him in the next couple of weeks. He won’t be killed off the show, though,” a source told Daily Sun.
The actor also confirmed that he was not leaving the show. He said he was baffled by the fake news that has been circulating bout him leaving the show and the country.
“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 have been circulating that I am leaving South Africa.
“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,” he told Drum.
Viewers finally got to see his return this Thursday 8 July and many have taken to social media platforms to rejoice.
Here are few reactions from Twitter
Shireen Mitchell said the show was getting boring without him and she is excited about his return.
“I’m so happy he is back…@bulada is my favorite. Honestly speaking Generations was getting boring. I just hope he doesn’t get back with Tshidi. Tshidi and Mkhulu can take a break now yhoo..
I just knew it!@bulada welcome Back you were missed.
— riaan boshoff (@riaanboshoff) July 9, 2021
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