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Vuyo Dabula Pens A Beautiful Appreciation Message To Generations The Legacy

Vuyo Dabula Pens A Beautiful Appreciation Message To Generations The Legacy. Has he left the soapie or not? Vuyo Dabula is one of the original cast members who started with Generations: The Legacy back in December 2014. The talented actor villainous role of Kumkani “Gadaffi” Phakade, a character that many loved to hate.

There has been so many stories about Dabula exiting the SABC1 soapie to pursue other shows, but he rubbished the rumors off a few months ago. His recent scene though, looked like it was the last time we were ever going to see Gaddafi. He had an emotional scene with the love of his wife Tshidi Moroka (Letoya Makhene), asking her to elope with him. To wrap things up, the hit song, Gadaffi by rapper El Chapo“Joaquin”Guzman was played, which convinced people that indeed this is the end of the road for the character. At least he was not killed off, giving some fans hope that Gadaffi might make his return to the show someday.

The man behind the character, Dabula penned an appreciation message to Generations: The Legacy, as well as the talented cast and crew that he worked with. Dabula did not forget the loyal viewers, because they are the main reason shows survive. El Chapo, was also thanked for the beautiful Gadaffi song.

An appreciation post @generations_the_legacy@rlord_487 You and the guy she tells you not to worry about 🤦🏾🤬 😂😂😂 ON A SERIOUS NOTE …I COULD NEVER BE , WITHOUT THE WONDERFUL AND TALENTED CAST , THE MOST EXPERIENCED CREW AND COLOSSAL PRODUCTION TEAM,” Dabula said.

Gadaffi was without a doubt a villain that many people loved. He was quite famous for words like ‘Dammit‘ and ‘Sweetheart‘. One other thing Gadaffi was a hit with the ladies, ad they loved that gangster element about him. They were saddened by the fact that their fave might be leaving Generations: The Legacy.

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