Vuyu Dabula, the actor, is without a doubt a total dreamboat. On Generations: The Legacy, we know him as Kumkani Phakhade aka Gadaffi, the thug in a suit.
Kumkani, played by Vuyo Dabula, is a ca allow person with a troubled history who is constantly trying to outdo everyone. The actor has mastered the art of portraying the character with such nuance that fans frequently have a love-hate relationship with him.
Vuyu Dabula is a fan favorite on the women's and gentlemen's menus because he's a sight to behold.
Despite the fact that he no longer brags about his personal life on social media, the actor is a happily married man.
He hardly ever stocks on his love life, nor does he stay out his love life on Instagram, although he does occasionally stock snatches.
In addition, the actor has a son named Kitso, whom he adores. He used to brag about his son's intelligence and how pleased he is of him.
Kitso gives me a lot of satisfaction when I realize I'm responsible for raising such a bright young man. I want him to be confident in who he is and humble, because confident and humble people are more likely to be nice. He should also have self-respect, as it leads to a number of good things."
A few months ago, fans were disappointed to learn that Vuyu Dabula was being phased out of the show, which meant no more Gadaffi nights on weekdays.
The actor admitted that he never saw Gadaffi's job as a permanent one, and that he always believed he may return one day.
"From the start, I was sceptical about becoming a part of the cleaning soap. I knew what kind of general performance style I preferred and what the soapie demanded, so I knew I wouldn't be on it for very long.
Vuyu Dabula accepted to relinquish his position as Gadaffi and Generations in exchange for a number of opportunities.
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