Uzalo Kay Sibiya Joins Generation The Legacy As Jack Mabaso Brother

Uzalo Kay Sibiya Joins Generation The Legacy As Jack Mabaso Brother  

Former The Queen and Uzalo actor; Kay Sibiya joins Generations The Legacy to play Jack Mabaso’s brother this festive season. Kay Sibiya got his big break when he joined Uzalo in 2015 to play the role of Ayanda Mdletshe. Ayanda was switched at birth with Mxolisi played by Nay Maps and was raised by a priest. Their characters later found out their true identities and exited the show just as when things were getting heated.

Sibiya and Nay Maps left Uzalo and joined The Queen, not at the same time. Nay Maps who played Mxolisi on Uzalo left the show to play the same role on Skeem Saam and joined The Queen this year to play Dingaan Khoza. While Sibiya joined The Queen in 2017 to play the role of  Kwanele on the Mzansi Magic’s telenovela; The Queen.

Later that year Sibiya had a guest-featuring role in an episode of the SABC1; drama Thuli noThulani. On  Generations The Legacy; Sibiya will be acting alongside one of Mzansi’s most renowned anti-heroes, Jack Mabaso played by Vusi Kunene.

It will be interesting to see whether Jack Mabaso will still play the ruthless antihero with his brother or whether we’ll get to experience his softer side for the first time. Jack Mabaso died on the show some years back on Generations and unbelievably rose from the dead to join the reintroduced; Generations The Legacy.

This is the first time that viewers will be introduced to Jack Mabaso’s sibling since he joined Generations The Legacy. Fans of Sibiya were excited to hear about his new role on social media and congratulated him while others warned him against the evil Jack Mabaso. It’s unknown at this stage how long Sibiya will be with the show or whether he will be a baddie as his older brother or the good brother.

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