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They said I am a rubbish actor – Raphael Griffiths opens up about the times he acted on Muvhango

Actor Raphael Griffiths has fulfilled his dream of working on an art project that had been on his mind for years. The visual project, Nightmares, consists of photography, music, performance, and dance.

The 27-year-old told the People’s Paper: “I’ve had this idea since 2017, but I executed it last year.

“I wanted to do everything properly, like finding contemporary dancers and good poets, but I was working on a shoestring budget because all the money was coming from my pocket.”

Raphael Griffiths

The project is about moving past one’s doubts and fears while giving the audience a glimpse into his battle with depression.

“I experienced cyber bullying when I played Vusi on Muvhango, and people often told me I was a garbage actor.”

This drove him into a depression!

“I was a young actor, and yes I admit I wasn’t Leonardo DiCaprio, but social media was brutal and that took its toll on my confidence and self-esteem.”

Raphael Griffiths

Raphael sought professional help.

“I went to see a therapist and my family supported me, but what helped me the most was prayer.”

His self-esteem has been restored and he doesn’t let anyone put him down.

Nightmares will come out in the second week of June. The music will be available on Apple Music and Spotify.

In other news – Video: Sam Mshengu Chabalala’s trucks allegedly on auction

This is the first time Mshengu is setting tongues wagging since reports he went missing. Messages of sympathy have been pouring on social media following a video of trucks, said belong to Sam ‘Chabalala’ Mshengu, on auction.

Sam Mshengu Chabalala

While most speculated the trucks were on auction due to repossession, a social media user who claimed to have been an employee of the auctioneers said the trucks on auction were old. continue reading

Source: Daily Sun

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