If you don't want to go by her rules then it's best to hit the highway.
She has quit the Real Housewives of Durban show because it was not doing any justice to her brand.
She will not be a part of the second season because it was damaging her brand. This is according to a report in the Sunday World.
The paper suggests Ncwane was also not happy because she had to travel and relocate to Durban to be a part of the show.
She also felt as though the show was also not respecting her late husband's legacy.
As a real house wive, she wanted her rules to be followed.
“She feels like the show doesn’t respect her hubby’s legacy, which is something she has been trying to preserve,” said the source.
The source added that the show did not mirror her actual representation as it showed her in a negative image.
Ncwane has previously broken the internet for her diva antics, over-the-top outfits and drama, including tribalism.
Efforts to get a comment from the producers proved fruitless.
It is highly likely that they will get a new replacement at the last hour.
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