‘The Queen’s’ Joe Kazadi has joined the cast of ‘Scandal!’

The seasoned actor, Joe Kazadi, has joined 'Scandal!' after his exit on 'The Queen' as Siyanda's boyfriend, Thabiso,

‘The Queen’s’ Joe Kazadi has joined the cast of ‘Scandal!’

Former The Queen actor, Joe Kazadi, who played the role of Thabiso on the Mzansi Magic telenovela has joined the cast of e.tv’s most-watched soapie, Scandal!  

Entertainment commentator, Phil Mphela announced the news on his social media account this morning (25 November).  

It is unclear at this stage when Kazadi will debut on the hit soapie, how long he’ll be on the show or what role he’ll be playing.  

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CURRENT STORYLINE ON ‘SCANDAL!’  

Viewers of the e.tv soapie predict that the Congolese-born actor will play a villainous role and are looking forward to his debut.   

Kazadi is popularly known for playing villain roles on telenovelas such as Isono, The Queen, Ring of Lies, and many more.   

Fans of Kazadi want him to play Dintle Nyathi’s (Mapaseka Koetle-Nyokong) new love interest.

Dintle’s baby daddy-fiancé, Quinton Nyathi, played by Brighton Ngoma was killed in a tragic accident two months ago by the Kubekas.   

Neither Kazadi nor the channel (e.tv) has confirmed his debut on the show as yet.   

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KAZADI IS A PROUD SINGLE FATHER   

The South African-based actor previously (2020) trended when he took to his Instagram Story to vent about the constant pestering he got from tweeps who wanted to know why he’s a single father.    

They flooded questions about whether he’s really a single father, raising his daughter alone.   

“Why is it so hard for people to believe that a single dad can stay with his daughter even if the mom isn’t there?”   

He explained that he knew everything he needed to know about his daughter, including her feeding and bathing time and doctors’ appointments.

“It doesn’t mean if your relationship with the mother didn’t work you should stop being a responsible father.”

“It is your responsibility as a man to look after your own … whether your relationship works out or not.”  

He was later applauded by his fans for raising his daughter alone and for the way he loves his daughter.

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