Vuyo's affirmation comes after reports surfaced recently that he was leaving the hit SABC1 soapie.
It was accounted for by True Love that the prepared entertainer has left the show for great and that his person won't frame a piece of any storyline moving into the following season.
The reports surfaced after Vuyo was most recently seen on set two months prior.
As per the distribution, dealings for the star to stay on the show bombed.
Following the reports, Vuyo took to his Instagram record to affirm his exit.
"On the off chance that you were pondering ... I left #generationsthelegacy some time prior, what you have been watching was pre-recorded something like two months prior, my boat cruises a risky dim ocean by decision currently, don't think back," he composed.
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Vuyo burst onto screens as Kumkani "Gadaffi" Phakade back in December of 2014, when "Ages: The Legacy" circulated.
Last year, he protected his detestable job in "Sovereign Sono".
He played Shandu in the Netflix unique close by Pearl Thusi.
No more abnormal to playing characters with a detestable streak, in a meeting with IOL Entertainment, Vuyo said: "The thing with him, dislike your total miscreant. There's no pieces of him where you could contemplate whether he isn't great. It is composed that.
"This person is somewhat perplexing. He has that unadulterated craving, and it comes from an exceptionally difficult past also.
"Simply seeing the manner in which his kin have been abandoned and no one truly minds, it comes from that. He needs to save. He needs to battle. He has those initiative gifts.Vuyo Dabula confirms exit from ‘Generations: The Legacy’ (msn.com)
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