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Zoe Mthiyane’s colleagues say she left Rapulana Seiphemo because he was unfaithful.

Generations: The Legacy actress Zoe Mthiyane has confirmed that she and therefore the Queen star Rapulana Seiphemo have choppy .

“It’s over between the 2 folks . I’m content,” she told City Press yesterday. This was after concerned Generations insiders claimed that the split was taking its toll on Mthiyane, who’d allegedly been coming to figure tipsy.

Mthiyane, who plays Zitha Langa within the weekday soapie, shared that this was a troublesome year for her personally and as an ingenious . Seiphemo (52) stars as high-ranking police colonel Hector Sebata within the Queen.

“I suffer from mental disorder . To be honest, though, I’m not prepared to speak about my mental issues,” said Mthiyane.

“As one mother of two, I’ve been working for a minimum of 12 hours each day from Monday to Sunday and it’s finally trapped with me. Unfortunately, during the lockdown, i used to be unable to use any coping mechanisms like doing outdoor activities like jogging,” she explained.

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When a City Press reporter asked Seiphemo to comment, he hung up.

Mthiyane (39) was formerly romantically linked with Robert Marawa, with whom she features a nine-year-old son, but they later separated. She was then engaged to internationally renowned composer and producer of The Lion King Lebogang “Lebo M” Morake, but ended the connection in 2016, explaining during a press statement that the couple had disagreed about their antenuptial contract. they need a five-year-old daughter together.

Mthiyane revealed that the strain of labor had caused her anxiety, resulting in physical deterioration.

“My bosses at Generations: The Legacy are kind enough to be understanding and are giving me an opportunity , especially at this difficult time,” she said.

The actress – who’s also a singer – kept her relationship with Seiphemo private until two years ago, once they were spotted together at the Vodacom Durban July, after which she finally confirmed their affair on social media.

This week, an SABC insider alleged that Seiphemo’s infidelity had caused the couple’s split and was the rationale he had left the house he shared with Mthiyane.

“When Zoe acknowledged that he was cheating with one among their colleagues on Generations, she was very hurt. Although their relationship’s always been toxic, this broke her – she lost herself,” the insider said, adding that Mthiyane’s colleagues were worried that if she continued her alleged drinking, her character could be written out of the soapie.

“She’s been through tons . No woman deserves the pain she’s browsing ,” said the source. Mthiyane, however, dismissed these rumours. “It’s unfair that folks confuse my condition with being drunk or high. I’m not perfect – I’m human. i’m going through storms and hard times like anyone else. But it’s so unfair when people use your weakness to bring you down. I’ve worked hard in my career to urge to where i’m . I’ve travelled the planet to heal people with my voice. As a praying warrior, i do know that when I’m browsing dark days, blessings are coming,” she said.

When asked whether she’d be featured on Morake’s reality show, Coming Home, which is launching on Showmax in November, she said she’d been approached to require part, but had declined the offer.

“I opted to not be a part of the show just because my life with my ex-fiancé was short-lived. I chose to not add any value to his narrative. I’d rather tell my story in my very own way,” she explained.

This isn’t the primary time Mthiyane’s name has made headlines for reasons aside from acting. In December last year, she was allegedly arrested for drinking and driving, but was released on bail.

“I’m unsurprised that my name attracts bad publicity. once I was at college , my name was constantly on people’s lips. My mother wont to tell me, ‘Inja ikhonkotha imoto ehambayo’ [‘A dog barks at a moving car’, meaning that one’s detractors are motivated by jealousy and a desire to stop one from succeeding]. That taught me that when they stop talking about you, you’re not relevant,” Mthiyane said.

“I’ve been through tons , but I’ve survived even more. at some point when I’m ready, I’ll tell my story during a memoir and share my narrative with the planet .”

” It’s unfair that folks confuse my condition with being drunk or high. I’m not perfect –

–City Press


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