Why I Quit The Johnsons – The Johnsons, a long-running family sitcom on Africa Magic, has been broadcast there since 2012. The Johnsons, a middle-class family, are the focus of the narrative as they struggle to live in Lagos and gradually rise to success. It also underlined the family’s distinctiveness and drama by using harsh sarcasm. Heavy hitters Charles Inojie as Mr. Lucky Johnson, Ada Ameh as Mrs. Emu Johnson, Chinedu Ikedezie as Efetobore Johnson, and Susan Pwajok as the enduring figure Blessing are featured.
Actress Susan Pwajok is now stepping out to openly explain why she quit the show after spending many years there and portraying only this one character, Blessing. Many theories, stories, and musings have been made about the reasons behind her departure.
Here is what Susan Pwajok had to say about leaving “The Johnsons” in her own words.
It therefore came as a surprise to many people when they started to see Susan growing up in front of their eyes after years of people just knowing her as Blessing, the young girl from The Johnsons. Susan has grown much since she first appeared on The Johnsons as a little child. Her body has altered as a result of maturation and puberty, but her attitude and sense of style have also changed throughout time.
People claimed that she departed the show because she “become wayward” and “snubby” after viewing new images of her. Others have hypothesized that she no longer fit the show’s aesthetic due of the way she currently appears.
After hearing and reading about all these rumors, one Instagram user went to Susan’s Instagram story to pose a direct question during a Q&A session, writing:
“Y aren’t you acting “The Johnsons” again? M no longer seeing you abii you don dey form Big thug girls?“
In response to the user’s inquiries, Susan gave the fan the following response:
Your inquiry made sense up until the point where you decided to ruin it. For personal reasons, I’m not on the Johnsons RN right now; however, if you could refrain from making assumptions about me, DW (don’t worry), I’ll be back on your screens shortly.
Well, there you go. Whatever her personal motivations may have been, she left the program. Susan has continued to upload more photos and videos of herself in the interim, as well as appearing in a few commercials and promotions for other businesses. She is not the only person to depart The Johnsons; recently, Spiff actor Samuel Ajibola also left the program with a reason for doing so.
Although I am unsure of what is happening at The Johnsons‘ camp, I sincerely hope everything is okay. While these cast members will be missed, the show must go on because it is still as funny and engaging as ever. How do you feel about Susan leaving The Johnsons? Share your thoughts with me in a comment.
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