"The Hawks Must Come To The Entertainment Industry"

Rami Chuene is tired of the exploitation and corruption

By  | Oct 07, 2020, 09:36 AM  | Rami Chuene  | Top of the

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The Hawks have been trending all over social media after they stripped influencer Kefilwe Mabote's husband Edwin Sodi off all her possessions worth about R300 million. According to several reports, these include their 25 vehicles luxury cars.

While South Africans have commended the Hawks on the good work they've been doing, talented actress Rami Chuene says that there is still a lot that needs to be done as the entertainment industry needs serious intervention.

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"As soon as Hawks are done with politics they must come to the mighty, unstoppable and greedy entertainment ‘gods’." Tweeted Rami Chuene. "The corruption, greed and exploitation has built many mansions and bought many cars leaving many artists broke since the days of Bophelo ke Semphekgo."

Hectic! One of her followers responded by saying that Rami should start her own production company instead of wanting the Hawks to raid the industry.

"You can just start your own production company/ business if you want mansions & cars. The SASSA mentality is everywhere in South Africa and that's why we are not making progress as black people. Start your own and implement what you're preaching."

Another tweep implied that Rami's tweet was coming from a place of jealousy and that artists should stop feeling entitled.

"Jealousy is a disease & I think artists are selfish they think of themselves, what about the crew/people behind the production/ the whole team behind the scenes. Artists are no “ gods” after all."

The Isono actress was quick to slam the tweep as she schooled her about what the term artist entails. "I think you’re confusing the word ‘artist’ with ‘actor’. Everyone involved in arts is an artist- be it writer, boom swinger, AD, DOP, makeup, etc. It’s everybody my dear." She responded

As usual, some of her followers thought that this was another jab at the Fergusons following her fallout with the production company earlier in the year. However, the actress was quick to set things clear.

"The entertainment industry is huge guys. I can’t be talking about the industry and you think I’m talking about one show/production. I’m way bigger than that. Yes, I am. You’re thinking one grain and I’m talking about the whole farm."

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