Singer and actress Marah Louw will no longer be a part of the cast of the popular local drama series 'The Queen.' Louw has accused the producers of Ferguson Films of mistreating her.
JOHANNESBURG - Actress Marah Louw, who plays the role of &39;Boi&39; in the Mzansi drama series The Queen, will no longer be on the show.
The on-screen siblings seem to have had a fallout over Louw&39;s contract extension. Shona Ferguson says there was an offer to extend it, which Louw declined.
In a series of tweets, Marah Louw posted the letter of her termination from Ferguson Films, which does not state any offers of continuation. The letter was given to her in February.
The letter addressed to Louw states that she would only be needed on a &39;call-out&39; basis as and when the character arcs require her to do so.
Telling a lie doesn&39;t suit you Mr Producer. Here&39;s proof of letter you sent me in September 2017. pic.twitter.com/UwJPaXTbh0— Marah Louw (@MarahLouw) March 11, 2018
Another one bites the dust It was an honour and privilege to be a part of "The Queen " It Is Well with My Soul. Love Y&39;all— Marah Louw (@MarahLouw) March 6, 2018
Its sad when people enjoy when someone loses their income. Human beings have lost Ubuntu. It Is Well With My Soul. Modimo otla iponela.— Marah Louw (@MarahLouw) February 27, 2018