in

Vuyo Dabula Talks About His Healing Journey And His Return To The Screen

Vuyo Dabula, a model, actor, and bodybuilder best known for his role as Gaddafi in Generations: The Legacy, is returning to acting after a one-year absence due to gun violence.

Dabula has opened out about his recovery from the pistol shot event and his return to acting.

In an interview with GQ, Dabula confessed that he spent much of 2023 healing from a gunshot wound.

“I was a victim of gun violence in December 2022, and most of 2023 was spent recovering. “I’ve also been working out hard at the gym, and I’m now completely recovered,” he stated.

Dabula, who has been filming an advertisement, says he is thrilled with the job and the Sunbet campaign, which has made him feel alive.

“Professionally, after recovering, I played the lead in an amazing ad for SunBet, it was an incredible experience since I hadn’t done an ad in a while,” according to him.

Dabula has also made a film for Showmax. However, he stated that the near-death experience has worried him, therefore he has been focusing more on physical and emotional healing.

“I’ve been working on my recuperation, both physically and mentally. “Physical exercise has been particularly beneficial,” he remarked.

He also stated that his hiatus from the screen enabled him to find other passions, such as cooking.

“I’ve been enjoying meal planning for the gym, cooking cheat meals, and cooking for my son. In addition, I’ve resumed guitar lessons with an instructor in South Africa,” he stated.

He stated that he had time to recuperate and think things through, as well as reconnect with crucial relationships, as the entertainment and film industries can be demanding.

However, Dabula took the time to advise new actors, encouraging them to be interested in people, circumstances, and civilizations.

“Interact with musicians, shoot music videos, and spend time in various settings. Networking and interacting with others automatically creates opportunity. “Be open, kind, and curious, and you will find yourself in a variety of situations,” he explained.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

DJ Melzi Says He’s Not Related With Fraud Accused IEC Commissioner Dr Masuku

Singer Snoh Aalegra Set to Perform in Joburg, Amid Fans Concerns