What actors go through sometimes in public can end up very badly.Apparently Nkanyiso Makhanya who plays Njeza on Uzalo was reportedly attacked by a male viewer of Uzalo at a shopping mall.Njeza was given a beating up for playing a villian character and abusing Nosipho.The male viewer approached Njeza at the shopping mall fuming and decided to man handle him for beating up Nosipho.
Eventually the viewer was fuming that Njeza is beating up a woman and wanted him to face each other man to man.
It is clear that the viewer does not understand that Uzalo is not real and that Njeza is acting.The viewer thought Njeza is abusive and wanted to teach him a lesson so he could stop beating up Nosipho.Nkanyiso Makhanya was shocked that the man attacker him and wanted a fight with him.The viewer explained that Njeza is abusive and someone needed to stop him from abusing Nosipho.
Luckly people managed to stop the attack before going far and Njeza walked away.
Source: Hello South Africa
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