Viewers of Mzansi Magic’s Gomora took to social media on (2 June) to predict that Thati’s daughter Buhle (Ama Qamata) got killed this season after Stompie and Sdumo (Siyabonga Zubane) found a dead body in the boot of Sizwe’s (Ayanda Daweti) car.
Buhle has been missing since season two after she ran away from home when she found out that her stepfather Phumlani (Buyile Mdladla) is a murderer.
HAS BUHLE BEEN KILLED?
Gomora viewers are hoping that the dead body found in the boot of Sizwe’s car last night isn’t Buhle played by Blood and Water actress Ama Qamata.
The actress took a break from the popular show for the second time this season to film season three of the Netflix series.
Fans of the show are also furious with Thati’s storyline about Buhle and feel that writers weren’t creative enough with her possible exit.
This is because Thati (Katlego Danke) and none of Buhle’s relatives have actively searched for her or shown concern about her since she went missing a month ago. It also appeared the writers replaced Buhle with Gugu who viewers aren’t pleased about.
‘GOMORA’ VIEWERS PREDICT EXIT
“But these guys know Buhle so she isn’t the one. On the other side mfana went to MamSonto’s house to try and give her the body meaning it’s Buhle. ”
“Is Buhle dead or? I honestly saw blood in that boot. I can’t believe they had to remove Buhle’s(the girl in the boot) character just like that. @ama_qamata WTF! The storyline is now about Buhle, I’m sure the girl in the boots is Buhle. But I’m only happy that Blood And Water might be done with production.”
“Suddenly Buhle is remembered? Like who is writing this bull?”
“In all honesty, it was tough for the writers to accommodate her in and outs due to Blood and Water.”
HER RARE SKIN CONDITION
The actress took to her Instagram Story a few days ago (3 June) to share a video of a rare skin condition that Savannah News revealed worried some of her followers who predict she might have Monkeypox.
In the since deleted video Qamata shows off her hand and says she has the same skin condition on her stomach and questions what might be wrong with her.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Monkeypox is a virus transmitted to humans from animals with symptoms similar to those seen in the past in smallpox patients, although it is clinically less severe. The virus primarily occurs in central and west Africa, often in proximity to tropical rainforests, and has been increasingly appearing in urban areas. Animal hosts include a range of rodents and non-human primates.