Actor Vuyo Dabula has starred in a new film since exiting Generations: The Legacy. The actor has revealed that he stars in a Netflix production called Collision which is set to be released in June.
Vuyo Dabula’s big feature was on Generations: The Legacy where he played the role of Gadaffi. After his exit his fans were worried if he would make another appearance on a major production, but worry not, because the hunky actor is back with a bang!
He shared the first trailer of the series on Instagram and it received rave reviews.
The actor is not new to the Netflix world as he starred in the very first Netflix African Original series, Queen Sono . He starred alongside Pearl Thusi and together they created a masterpiece.
The series got canned after being promised a second season. This left Pearl Thusi shattered as she was the face of the series. She trended almost the entire week with people mocking her for not being able to keep the series.
Vuyo Dabula as well also suffered tremendously because he was said to have quit Generations after being given an ultimatum. So when it got canned, he allegedly went back to producers and asked them to take him back.
Several sources told the media that they thought him leaving Generations was a big mistake. One person told Daily Sun , “It makes no sense for him to choose to leave a show that gives him financial stability. He is leaving behind a stable salary. We knew about the ultimatum he was given, but his decision came as a shock because he’s one of the lead actors on the show.”
Then Vuyo confirmed his exit at the time, “I was going to reveal this, but I guess it is what is.”
But when asked again, he backtracked on his decision and said, “I am not leaving the show.”
Speaking to Drum Magazine he clarified a lot of things, “I am staying. There are a whole lot of stories around this. It is a bit bizarre, the idea that I am leaving Generations has been preceded by other new that have been circulating that I am leaving South Africa. The fantastical one, the grand one was that I was going to work with 50 cent on Black Mafia Family. It is certainly exciting to read.”
After several miscommunications, Vuyo Dabula finally left, “He has left the show for good this time, after a lot of back and forth. He has been with the show since 2014 and now he’s gone.
“This time, he’s definitely gone for good because he hasn’t been in studio for a while and his character has been scrapped off, which means that he won’t feature in Season 31 of the show.”