Thami Mnqgolo Responds To Maintenance Shade Over His Kids With Joanne Reyneke – OkMzansi

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Thami Mnqgolo Responds To Maintenance Shade Over His Kids With Joanne Reyneke. TV lovers have recently been introduced to new faces that have become household names on popular shows such as House Of Zwide, Generations: The Legacy and more. Even though that may be the case, fans still have love for actors who have played pivotal roles in local favourites such as Thami Mngqolo who played the role of Senzo Dlomo on the old Generations format.

Thami was previously married to Estate actress Joanne Reyneke in 2008 for ten years and unfortunately separated in 2018. The pair share two adorable children Uvolwethu born 2013 and Lungelo born 2015. It’s no secret that actors have dry spells when it comes to acting gigs and TV lovers have been wondering what happened to Thami after disappearing off the face of the TV world.

After a concerned fan took to twitter to question fellow social media users the whereabouts of Thami. Many people responded to the tweet with all sorts of wild guesses however, there was one particular answer that stood out to him the most.

A tweep threw some shade at the actor upon answering the question, claiming that the actor is probably doing nothing except for being a baby daddy and paying child support for his two kids to his former wife Joanne. The actor responded to the shade as a proud father who takes care of his business as every man should, pointing out that he handles his responsibilities like a real man should.

Other social media users who were legit concerned about the actor whereabouts demanded an answer from the actor about where he has been hiding and it seems like he has found his new love of TV and entertainment behind the scenes. The actor shared that he has been wearing his producer hat more than acting which has become the direction that a lot of actors have taken.

Been focused behind the scenes, producing more than acting. It’s the way of the industry for most of us. There’s no sustainable livelihood in acting in our country” he wrote.

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