Entertainer Bukiwe Keva (Asanda) terminated from Gomora through WhatsApp - Close source gives everything away. South African entertainer Bukiwe Keva was supposedly terminated from the famous Mzansi Magic show Gomora through a WhatsApp instant message.
Dear companions of the entertainer, who is referred to for her job as secondary school menace Asanda on the Alexandra municipality based series, guaranteed that she had missed a shoot on set and was let go.
"She missed a shoot and she let them know that she didn't come to set since she was feeling debilitated. She gave them a specialist's note which shows that she was debilitated on the day," a companion said.
Keva is said to have gotten a message on WhatsApp, telling her not to return on set a fortnight prior.
"They [the creation team] messaged her on Monday saying that she should not come. It was miserable in light of the fact that she was at home and recuperating when she got the instant message. She was dealt with unjustifiably, and she is crushed."
A source near the creation made sense of that the entertainer's exit from the show was inevitable since she was a call entertainer and didn't hold a super durable agreement.
"They regularly convey planning matters, programs, shoot changes, and creation related matters on WhatsApp in light of the fact that it's the most straightforward type of correspondence nowadays, however I exceptionally question that they terminated her through an instant message since that isn't system on the show," the source said.
An assertion from Gomora creation house Seriti Films affirmed that Keva was at this point not a piece of the show, yet it didn't uncover purposes behind her flight.
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