Letoya took a break from the show after she cited fatigue and stated that she also wanted to pursue her music career.
Her last scene was emotionally charged, as she had to appear like she had died in order to escape Jack Mabaso.
The only people who knew she was alive were her mother Gog’Zondiwe and Sphe.
Tshidi is now back in town and has a plan for Jack Mabaso.
Gadaffi, who had already moved on with another woman after grieving the loss of Tshidi, battles with forgiving her upon her return.
In a previous interview with DRUM, Letoya confessed that playing the character of Tshidi has made her a better person.
“Having the patience to wake up and be at work at 6 am every morning brought me a sense of gratitude. The directors, cast, and crew respected me, and I respected them.”
Letoya, who is also a sangoma, said she needed time away from acting to work on her spirituality, be with her family, and focus on her music.
She recently released her single Qinisela and has found love in the arms of another woman, a move that set tongues wagging.
She’s also devoted herself to philanthropic words and started a soup kitchen through her foundation.
She feeds and hands out food parcels to those affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.
In other news – Somizi turns his bedroom into a Club, puts disco lights & beer counter – Video
Somizi Mohlongo-Motaung clearly had trouble spending time alone on Friday, 8 May 2020. The Woo-Shem personality that was clearly without his husband, Mohale, substituted his absence with social media.
Somizi first shared what he was having for dinner and in true Somizi style, he had a meat platter filled with “tra-la-las.” After dinner, the popular Idols South Africa judge planned to host an adult Instagram Live session with his 3 million followers. continue reading