Cindy Mahlangu Leaves The Queen

Another character bites the dust

By  | Nov 18, 2021, 11:23 AM  | Drama

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It never rains but it pours for The Queen Mzansi. While Mzansi is still processing the news of SK Khoza's axing, Cindy Mahlangu has reportedly left the show.

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Cindy who plays the character of Siyanda has dumped the show with immediate effect. Phil Mphela reported the news and circumstances surrounding her exit are still sketchy.

This is not the first Cindy has dumped the popular Mzansi Magic soapie. In 202o she announced her departure and later made a comeback. Fans are now worried that there is some serious trouble at The Queen headquarters as yesterday it was reported that actor SK Khoza has been given the boot from the show.

The actor's contract has been terminated with immediate effect. This follows the alleged assault allegations he is facing. Khoza is accused of assaulting his ex-fiancée Ayanda Hlongwane. Last month Sunday World reported that the actor was arrested after Mandy opened an assault charge against him.

This follows an incident that allegedly took place at Mandy's Fourways home where SK allegedly beat her up. He made an appearance at the Randburg magistrate court on October 13, where he received a bail of R2 000.

He was reportedly charged with assault with 'intent to cause grievous bodily harm.' Ayanda allegedly sustained injuries after being 'beat, kicked and dragged on the floor.' People speculated that the fight began after Ayanda accused SK of impregnating another woman on social media. The couple was planning their wedding when this happened.

The actor continued to work and get bookings but Tweeps were fed up with the selective cancel culture. They wanted him cancelled as a result of the shocking assault allegations. @SueNyathi tweeted, "Why is this guy still getting screen time?? This is not his first run in with the law."

Prior to the assault allegations SK took to social media to pen lengthy Instagram post, SK admitting to having emotionally abused his ex-fiancee.

“Keeping things that break your spirit and hurt you inside is not always a good thing. I have come to realize that I have done so and I ended up not realizing that I was taking it out on my fiancé @Ayearndar whenever I do talk about what is affecting me I would not address it in a calm manner,

“…and in turn, I didn’t see that I was hurting her and in a way, I was being emotionally abusive towards her. She has made me understand that just because I don’t physically abuse her, I was doing so with my words and I want to speak out and say I am sorry I didn’t address my problems and allowed them to overpower me.”

He said he was working on himself and hoped to do things differently going forward. “Emotional abuse is really not good, especially because it breaks the other person in a serious way. I am now working on myself and I am committed to opening up, communicating more, and talking about the things that affect me. I am working on being a better person and partner,” wrote SK.

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