It has been a difficult period for those in the entertainment industry. Many celebrities have lost loved ones especially parents which they had to lay to rest while others continue to loose their friends and colleagues.
Dawn Thandeka King who recently met with an accident while on set and got injured is not the only one who had to disappear from television screens. Her former son from Uzalo known as Mxolisi also disappeared from television screens while playing on The Queen.
Nkosinathi "Nay" Maphalala is a South African actor known for playing the character of Mxolisi Mdletshe who was switched at birth to the Xulu family. He was born into crime and lived through crime on Uzalo even after having gone back to his real family that which was a church going family.
Nay Maps recently went through a difficult period whereby he lost of his strength pillars being his father. The loss of his father forced him to disappear on television screens to go and be there for his grieving family.
Speaking on the difficult time that he went through and disappearing on television screens, Nay Maps said "I have been off for about nine months because i lost my father. That's why I disappeared from The Queen, i had to focus on my family".
"The past year has been difficult and i hope people can put their time and energy into what they really desire for themselves ",Nay Maps added.
Nay Maps disappearance on television screens does not mean the actor has been all about family. Maps was working on bringing a lot of his return. Viewer's can expect to see a lot coming from him to keep them glued up on television screens like how he did when he was still on Imbewu. He has been filming for many productions and is currently playing Zenzele Maphumulo who is back for revenge on Imbewu.
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