Sophie Ndaba, was known as her role, Queen on Generations, before she was fired. She spoke to The Juice recently and it is believed that Sophie actually isn’t mad with what had happened, and she’s not holding any grudges.
As it was reported before that she had said that she think Generations’ standards have dropped drastically. She swept the allegations off the table.
“I believe it is unfair to compare the old Generations and the new one, because they are two completely different shows, with a new cast and a new vision. The producers and creative team behind the soapie is still the same, so the production side of things will always be top notch but it can’t be compared to the old Generations, which had 23 years to build it’s reputation,” She tells the Juice “Having spent 20 years on Generations, my time was up. Being fired was actually a blessing in disguise because it was part of my personal plan to retire from the show, so even if I do get a call from producers, it’s not an option for me,”
Sophie who just got a new role in High Rollers (see teasers), as Harriet, a businesswoman, who’s an entrepreneur and yet very naughty.
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