Vuyo Dabula is a South African actor who is best known for his role as Gadaffi, also known as Kumkani Phakade on Generations. The ladies love him on screen and we all love him on and off screen. Here are a few real life facts about Vuyo Dabula.
Real life facts about Generations’ Gadaffi
One thing is certain, as ripped as he is, Gadaffi wasn’t born all ripped and hot. The actor is very serious about staying in shape and looking all ripped. The Generations star, Vuyo Dabula is a body builder and quite the fitness junky! That definitely explains a lot–if you know you know!
Other than the hours he pours in the gym, Vuyo Dabula does boxing as well. The actor takes time to train with VIP Boxing Academy. This probably works well for his characters. Not only does Vuyo train as an individual but the actor takes time to teach self defense as well. The actor believes its important for people to not only be able to defend themselves but also defend their loved ones. Vuyo looks up to Bruce Lee who is one of his guiding figures in his quest to self defense.
Now wait a minute ladies, we know you’ve been drooling from the moment Vuyo Dabula first graced our screens with that lazy drawl, the six pack forever on display and the Gadaffi masculinity. However, Vuyo is very much a gone guy. Vuyo Dabula is a happily married man with a son. The 44 year old keeps his family as far from the spotlight as possible but he is definitely married.
Although Vuyo Dabula will no longer grace our screens as Gadaffi, also known as Fifi by Lucy, we will be seeing more of him on our screens. The actor starred in the recently premiered Shaft 6 the movie.
It’s unfortunate that Queen Sono has been canceled, one more chance to seeing those ripples lost.