Scandal! viewers were glued to their seats on Wednesday night as Hungani Ndlovu’s acting bowled them over.
Hungani – who plays the role of Romeo Medupe – has been doing a stellar job of playing the underdog. His intelligence and investigative skills may be the end of Thembeka and Mthunzi, who have no idea what’s coming.
What happened was, soon after Romeo and Xolile returned from their honeymoon, he realized that something wasn’t right at Thebe-Langa. When he learned that the conniving Thembeka was now working at the office, he began to get suspicious and enlisted some help to start his investigation.
Watching Romeo outsmart the villains has been a refreshing moment for fans, who are so used to watching the baddies get their way. And Hungani has been acting the “hell” out of his role – so much so that fans have found themselves forgetting that Scandal! is a fictional world!
Some even went as far as comparing Romeo’s sleek moves to that of the Professor from Netflix US drama Money Heist – a true mastermind.
Here are some of the reactions:
— b (@masbhene1) April 15, 2020
— RatoZ (@RatoZ12) April 15, 2020
— Sir Joseph Hlubi🇿🇦 (@HlubiJoseph) April 15, 2020
— Obakeng_Dikale💯 (@Dkhales_Da_Dj) April 15, 2020
— Badgal ♌🦄 (@MxmHer) April 15, 2020
— Romeo Mahlatse (@mahlatse_romeo) April 14, 2020
Romeo is on top of the game… Mthunzi is the coach, thembeka is a player… But Romeo is the game pic.twitter.com/zSPpjkMN3X
— Victor M (@Official_GVM) April 15, 2020
— Man’s Not Trash!!! (@Cmbulele_Mag) April 15, 2020
— Minister of Unemployment (@tshepo_segodi) April 15, 2020
In other news – Horror in Uzalo actress Baby Cele’s family – Her brother shoots family members dead (Pictures)
There was no play-acting required when Baby Cele viewed the scene where a double tragedy had befallen her family. The Uzalo actress’s cousin, Mbuso Cele, who suffered from depression, had allegedly succumbed to the torture of the horrible disease one final, fatal time.
Mbuso allegedly shot his mother, wounded his wife and then took his own life. “People must take depression seriously,” said the visibly shaken Baby Cele, who plays Gabisile in the SABC1 telenovela. continue reading