The soapie industry can sometimes leave feelings attached between the actors who act as lovers on the TV screens.
We have witnessed a number of couples on TV turn into real life couples and there is nothing wrong with that as long as they are both singles.
Macdonald Ndou and Buhle Samuels who play Khakhathi Mulaudzi and Matsidiso on popular soapie Muvhango acted as lovers for a long time in the sopaie. In some pictures they looked like they were getting too cosy than what was required by the producers.
One wonders how the real partners of these actors feel when they see such things. It must be very difficult to accept that your partner is just doing their job.
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