"Sad To See My Baby Go"

Andile Ncube Is heartbroken

By  | Jul 09, 2021, 10:00 AM  | Andile Ncube  | Top of The

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TV personality Andile Ncube has taken to Twitter to express his sadness following the news of the canning of the popular SABC 1’s music show Live AMP. Andile is one of the creators of the show.

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Pouring his heart out on Twitter, Andile said he is very sad to see his baby go.

He said he got the opportunity to create the show after the show that he was presenting then got canceled. He was then given a chance to come up with a new show to replace it.

He tweeted: “End of era! After ONE (the music show) was canned, as 1 of its presenters I was jobless, and the owner of Urban brew, Danie said to me, I'm keeping you on as an employee and your job is to come up with a new show to replace ONE.”

He said it is heartbreaking to see a show that has built so many careers coming to an end.

“Spent night and day getting inspiration from TRL, Castle Loud, MTV meets and my favorite music show of all time Studio mix…Then set out to find a co-host (a long beautiful story for another day)

“Long story short…Live was born, and I was its creator (alongside Sam and Paul) sad to see my baby go but it has served so many and so many Careers have been built from there…Proud of seeing something that started in my head serve so many millions!” he concluded.
According to entertainment commentator Phil Mphela, the last season of Live AMP premiers today, 09 July. He said the final season is themed The Last Dance.

Viewers have also expressed their disappointment about the show’s cancelation.

Awonke said he is sad that all his dream jobs are being canceled.
“Wait, Live Amp is getting canceled???? What am I working this hard for if all of my dream jobs areally getting canceled??? First "V-Entertainment" and now "Live Amp"??”

@Brunosigwela said it is sad but he understands why the show had to go: “Live Amp is one of the shows that made me love TV Presenting man, yho ha.a it used to be great. It's sad to see it go but yet very understandable. Red heart Thank you @liveamp”
Others also acknowledged media personality Bonang Matheba for how she gracefully carried the show during her time as a presenter on Live AMP. Bonang is one of the very first popular presenters of the show.

“@bonang_m was the best I looked forward to Live Amp because of her. After she left it didn't make sense no more,” tweeted Jennifer Mqoqi.

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