Oh, is that so? Yes! She added that the ruling party should deploy people who understand the industry.
So what sparked the whole thing? Well, the conversation was sparked by an open letter written by Vatiswa Ndara to arts and culture minister Nathi Mthethwa, in which she claimed mistreatment of actors in the arts and film industry.
Really? Hell, yes. Within minutes of the letter being shared on Twitter, people had a lot to say and guess who else came to her defense? The whole industry – well maybe not everyone. * awks *
So people are on the Fergusons side? Err … well it's hard to say. Let's just say it's a 50/50 kind of thing.
Have the Fergusons responded to this? Yes, they asked their lawyer to send out a letter to address Vatiswa's claims. They denied the claims, insisting Vatiswa's letter was "misguided, misdirected and misleading".
Marah is yet to hear what they will label her claims as Brendan from Kooker told TshisaLIVE he was waiting for instructions from his clients before commenting.
The result ?: Arguably the most lit thing that has happened on SA radio this year.
Mzansi weighed in, saying …