Thishiwe Ziqubu makes a few things clear

Thishiwe Ziqubu makes a few things clear. Actor Thishiwe Ziqubu is one of the Class Act winners and a notable graduate from the 2010 season of SABC 1’s popular acting talent competition. They were one of the presumed female actors who entered the competition and went on to have a successful career.

Exceptional actors like Pallance Dladla, Sdumo Mtshali, and Abdul Khoza were inspired by the show Class Act.

They were thought to be married to a man at the time. However, the actor, writer, and producer gradually emerged from their shell as they persisted in finding their voice and sense of self inside the entertainment industry. Especially when they were dating Mandisa “Zulu Mecca” Nduna, a fellow queer artist.

Thishiwe recently used social media to make their pronouns and position on their name clear, despite the fact that they might not be as active as an actor.

Thishiwe Ziqubu makes a few things clear

Recently, Thishiwe appeared to have a problem with a Twitter engagement, whether it was intentional or not. This occurred after the actor took to the timeline to clarify some issues with their naming and gender pronouns.

She began by making it plain that they do not appreciate being called by names that “others” might find more comfortable pronouncing. Additionally, they emphasized that their gender pronouns are he/him/they and them.

“Please don’t call me Tish. That is not my name. My name is Thishiwe. Please don’t call me girl or actress. I’m trans and I’m an actor. Thanks.

I get misgengered a lot and I need to correct it.” She tweeted

Even the slightest misspelling of their name appears to be a violation that might result in the creator blocking and canceling a following or fan. This comes after one of her followers expressed support and affection for her on Twitter.

However, they spelled Thishiwe’s name incorrectly. They were outraged by this fact, despite the fact that other followers pointed out that it was an error that wasn’t meant to be treated with contempt.

“Names hold power. Don’t misspell people’s names. It’s not a mistake when you can see my handle. She was nice and I was nice to her, onenkinga uwe” She continued

However, Thishiwe emphasized the significance of names. They implied that it would be better to give up than attempt at all if you can’t get it correctly.

Their relationship status is currently unknown after they split from the Zulu Mecca more than three years ago.