Siphesihle Ndaba Who Plays Mazet On Gomora Has Reportedly Been Fired From The Show

Siphesihle Ndaba who plays Mazet on Gomora has reportedly been fired from the show

According to reports, Gomora actress Siphesihle Ndaba will not be around for too long as her contract was allegedly not renewed. Zimoja reports that Mazet will be exiting Gomora this month.
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The publication reports that it’s not her acting or personal reasons which lead to her axing, but rather her storyline was getting flaccid.

“…she lacked something for the show,” a source told the blog.

The mole continues to say the producers tried numerous changes on the character Mazet however the storyline continued to be less enticing.

“When she joined the show, she won the hearts of the viewers with her enthralling performances as Mazet, but she no longer has that thing. At first, they thought changing her wardrobe would add a different element but nothing changed. They put her in a relationship but there was no range of emotions, and this was the last option.”

Divulging more on her next move, the source said Siphesihle will apparently go back to theatre.

Siphesihle spoke about how she landed the role of Mazet, saying it was a moment of luck for her.
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“I saw an open audition advertised on instagram. I had just graduated so I thought meh let me go check this out, I have nothing better to do with my day. I get to the audition venue, I look around and I see some really talented people who are already in the industry” wrote Siphesihle Ndaba.

“So I turned around… again and went back inside. I remember filling out a form and they had a section for “film/tv experience” I freaked out some more cause I had only done theatre productions. I left it blank injalo, went in and waited for my turn…” added Ndaba

“Fast forward a couple months later, after 4 callbacks I get the role and I am cast as a LEAD ON THE MOST WATCHED SHOW ON DSTV! Moral of the story: DO NOT LET IMPOSTER SYNDROME CHEAT YOU OUT OF YOUR DESTINY!” concluded Siphesihle Ndaba.

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