Scandal’s Thembeka Shezi Flirts With Gaddafi On Twitter
Despite being in committed relationships, former Scandal actress, Masasa Mbangeni and former Generations The Legacy actor, Vuyo Dabula did not seem moved after taking to Twitter to flirt.
The events have torched a storm on social media.
Scandal and Generations fans were especially marvelled at their flirtatious tweets because neither of them are single. Mbangeni has been openly dating The River and The Legacy creator, producer, and writer; Gwydion Beynon while Dabula is rumoured to be living with his wife and their son, but that did not stop Vuyo, from flirting with her.
Scandal’s Thembeka Shezi and Generations Gaddafi flirting further caught followers off guard when she replied with blushing emojis when Vuyo, flirted with her on social media. Fans were obviously concerned as to what their spouses would say about their flirtatious tweets to each other.
Mbangeni is a talented and award-winning actress who received herSAFTA for her portrayal of Thembeka Shezi on ETV’s number soapie; Scandal. She got the role of Thembeka straight after varsity and is currently starring Tshedza Pictures latest novella; The Legacy which her boyfriend produces. She plays the role of a journalist; Kwaneleiozi on The Legacy. The Legacy is a star star-studded show which features talented actresses such as Michelle Botes, Mary Anne Barlows, and Kgomotso Christopher. It’s centred around wealthy people who live dysfunctional lives
She was recently in the spotlight when fans assumed she’s pregnant because of her weight gain.
Besides acting, Dabula also models and does bodybuilding. He’s done numerous films and shows in South Africa became a household name for his role of Kumkani’Gaddafi Phakade. Dabula was recently trending in the media and on social media for dumping Generations. He is rumoured to have angered the producers of Generations for Netflix’s Queen Sono 2 where he is playing the role of Shandu Magwaza. The two talented actors have never worked together.
Watch Dabula as Gaddafi on Generations The Legacy on SABC 1, weekdays at 8pm.