South African actor Israel Zulu (formerly known as Israel Makoe) is now crippled after amputation. The actor is best known for his role as the GP in the SABC 1 drama series Gaz'lam. His recent role was in the Mzansi Magic drama series Gomorra, where he played the role of a gangster as Don. Israel shocked the fans when his role was dropped from the show. The fans were surprised after his exit and rushed to his side to find out what really happened. They loved Gomora's Don character and wanted to get him back. But because of his condition, the veteran actor could not return because he suffered from an illness. This was the main reason he left the show. He asked to stop the show to solve his medical problem. Since his amputation he has been away from the public eye but the first image of the semi-crippled Israel has appeared on social media.
Israel was diagnosed with an illness that seriously affected his foot function, he couldn't walk properly during the shooting, and had difficulty working well on the set. It was difficult for him to do or incorporate the dance moves of the ghetto professor he is well known for. The increased demand for work at Gomora made it difficult for him to give his 100%. Many of his fans sympathized with the actor when he saw the hero crippled.
The problem began shortly after he came to Gomora. Israel stated that he loves Gomorra as a close show from the beginning, especially because it's shot in his hood Alexandra. He didn't want to leave the show but his medical condition gave him no choice. "At the same time, I'm an actor who is doing what I like when I'm doing what I like. Get everything out and give me everything I want"
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