Thieves ransack Muvhango actress Thifhelimbilu ‘Suzan Ravuku’ home hopping to find on-screen riches. Muvhango actress Suzan Ravuku who stars as Thifhelimbilu in the SABC2 soapie Muvhango is said to leaving in fear after her-onscreen character’s riches led to a house-breaking incident and the public mistreating her based on her character’s new storyline.
She has been making headlines lately with her on-screen character on Muvhango. She is undoubtedly constantly looking over her shoulder, especially in public.
Thanks to her unmatched acting flair, she has fast become that star actress we all love to hate. In the current storyline, she recently received a lot of money for her tender and was robbed by fans of the show who believe she’s rich.
“People think I have money and they harass me in public. I didn’t think it was a problem at first, I thought it was a way of starting a conversation with me. But it later turned into abuse and I use public transport and now I’ve experienced something that I never thought it would happen. People became so curious about my riches that they invaded my home and broke into my house to steal my belongings.”
Muvhango actress Thifhelimbilu ‘Suzan Ravuku’ top trends as thieves ransack her house
She revealed that the public has been treating her differently of late. The bubbly actress revealed that when she pays, people do not give her change. They even use the things happening in the soapie storyline to keep her change and tip themselves because she is a “tenderpreneur”.
The actress is more than convinced that burglars broke into her house, hoping they will find hefy amounts of money because of her on-screen character.
“It was on a Saturday in August I went to church to do décor, I have a part-time job doing events décor. When I came back home, I found that they broke into my house and they had stolen everything in every room, and at that time I had just bought a TV for my kid, and they took it. They use my own things to put in my stuff like the clothes, they cleaned my house and I was left with nothing. I think they broke into my house thinking that they will find money because after that the struggle continued.”