Entertainer and performer Mxolisi Mgingqeni Majozi has supposedly been shown the entryway after he was terminated from the arrangement of the well known telenovela Durban Gen. He joined the show back in 2020 as the person McGyver and before long became famous with watchers.
As per ZAlebs, Majozi was continually missing work and treated the team with little regard. Entertainer Zakhele Mabasa is allegedly being gotten to supplant Majozi as McGyver's cousin.
Fans took to Twitter in response to the news that Zulu Boy got terminated
@Kwenza7ven: "Mxm umsuzo vele we content. I wonder is the content author salowa msuzo. McGayver kufanele kulokhu kuvele yena nje for some energy nyana. Izobayini ke nje after this..."
@Xolani_khabazel: "exactly the same creation organization that produces Uzalo is likewise behind this show bro....so don't be astounded."
@mulaudziompha: "See...there is generally a cousin to supplant you"
@brazen_x: "Zuluboy needs to figure out a certain something. Nobody's greater than the show, possibly you keep the guidelines or leave... Zakhele Mabasa has a venue stage foundation and he's a whiz."
Source: Briefly SA
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