An actor from Generations The Legacy was recently rumoured to be leaving the show, unfortunately it is all lies and he is not going anywhere.
Nathaniel Junior Singo is a South African actor from the mentioned show being Generations The Legacy. Junior follows in his mother's footsteps by being in the entertainment industry. While he is an actor, his mother is an art director. Singo has been in the industry for some time and has appeared on shows such as Zabalaza, Beat The Drum and Hopeville. Junior Singo once again came out and set the record straight about rumours that were circulating about him.
Singo took to social media to announce and make it clear that he is not leaving Generations and added that if comes such a time for him to leave, he will announce.
"I deliberately waited for tonight's episode to confirm that as far as i (Nathaniel Junior Oliphant aka Junior Singo) am aware, i have not resigned from #GenerationsTheLegacy. Worry not fam, we still together. If that changes, i will drop the scoop right here", Nathaniel Junior said on Twitter.
This is not the first time whereby Junior has had to come out and set the records straight this year after rumours but what can we say, it all comes with being a celebrity or being in the pubilc eye. Junior Singo previously came out to reveal that he is alive and that was after rumours emerged on social media that he had passed on.
Junior Singo currently plays the character of Mpho from Generations. He joined the show as a street kid and viewers have seen him moving from surviving through being a thug to being a better man who knows which correct ways must be used in putting food on the table. Viewers must for now know that he is still on Generations and expect to see more from him.
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