Actor Mpumelelo Bhulose confronts Tony Kgoroge over criticism of language use on Generations: The Legacy

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Mpumelelo Bhulose. (PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/GALLO IMAGES).
Mpumelelo Bhulose. (PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/GALLO IMAGES).

Actor Mpumelelo Bhulose confronted fellow actor Tony Kgoroge on Twitter for pointing out some language inadequacies in a Generations: The Legacy scene.

Tony tweeted that Generations: The Legacy needs a language advisor to help because even though the lady on the scene was doing well as a performer, the language was not clear.

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“I think your show needs a language advicer. Its not clear if the actress is speaking Sesotho or Setswana. Let’s respect our languages and make sure they are presented well on our shows. Otherwise she’s doing a great job as a performer[sic],” he wrote.

This didn’t sit well with former Imbewu actor, Mpumelelo and he responded to the tweet.

 “Morning Tony. I just saw your post about a show you say needs language advisers. I’m amazed at how you can attack other people’s shows, when you yourself need the same advise on your current show[sic],” he responded.

Tony is currently on eTV’s Imbewu: The Seed, a series Mpumelelo fired from for allegedly being hard to work with.

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He then made it clear that he doesn’t hold grudges against Imbewu: The Seed but he had an issue with Tony’s statement.

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