Vatiswa Ndara Not Getting Any Gigs After Fight With Fergusons
After her public fight with the Fergusons, it appears there is no action from actor Vatiswa Ndara as she has been off the screens.
This month marks a year after veteran actor Vatiswa Ndara grew a pair and took a bold move against Mzansi entertainment industry giants – The Fergusons – calling them out for exploiting her and many other industry players.
Ever since the spat with the Fergusons, it is disturbing to note that Vatiswa has never had a screenplay.
Its probably justified for one to conclude that industry producers in all likelihood might have labeled her as a troublemaker and don’t want to be associated with her anymore.
Little did she know that she was shooting herself in the foot and at least for now, this was the end of her career.
She cited bullying, intimidation, and unpleasant working conditions in the letter which she addressed to the arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa, making reference to an offer she was made by Ferguson Films, a company run and owned by seasoned actors Shona and Connie Ferguson.
The letter would make The Fergusons the most hated entertainment giants in South Africa.
Scores of people came through for her support after The Fergusons threatened legal actions against her. With more actors including Pearl Thusi, Florence Masebe and Talitha Ndima opening up about the struggles they too have had to endure – little did it help for the veteran actor who had already put a thrust on her warn out career.
What further justifies the notion is how Rami Chuene was let go from The Queen after she showed support to Ndara.
Rami has always been vocal about how the industry has been exploiting people. More so, being unaccommodating to actors who are critical of managers.
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