Fans applaud Ferguson Films for killing Mpho Sebata on The Queen
Fans of The Queen have taken to social media to thank The Queen creators for killing actress and musician Ntando Duma who played the character of Mpho Sebata on The Queen.
Ferguson Films which usually faces intense backlash on Twitter when they allegedly fire actors and kill their characters were applauded on Friday night when Mpho Sebata got killed.
— TsohShashy (@PitsMash_1108) July 9, 2021
Viewers reckoned her acting was so terrible that she couldn’t even act like a person dying on Friday night.
— Zanele Mokoena (@zahMokoena) July 9, 2021
This is the first time since the inception of the show that fans support the ending of a character by the production company.
The show previously trended and was lambasted for firing and killing Dineo Langa’s character Kea Khoza, and Rami Chuene’s character Gracious ‘TGom’ Mabuza and many more…
Fans of the show have been sceptical of Ntando Duma’s acting ability since she joined the show.
The actress previously played the role of Zinzi of Rhythm City and didn’t receive backlash for her acting skills.
The actress trended last week when an old video of her illegally parking on the disabled parking lot emerged.
The mother of one recorded a video of herself on her Instagram Live insulting an old white woman people who requested her not to park her car in the disabled parking area.
Though the actress has since apologised for her behaviour, South Africans are nnot having it.
The Sebatas react
Thando Sebata (Jessica Nkosi) and her father Hector Sebata (Rapulana Seiphemo) are going to avenge her death this month.
They have no idea that Harriet Khoza killed Mpho. Harriet planned to kill her to avenge her daughter’s death and didn’t tell Shaka and Brutus about it.
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