Mzansi up in arms as John Kani left out of Lion King cast promo pic
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South Africans react to Dr John Kani not being in the Lion King cast picture
When the much-anticipated picture of the Lion King cast was released, Twitter users are up in arms demanding answers as to why Kani was not included in the movie's promotional material.
The legendary actor provides the voice for Rafiki but was not included in the cast photo that Disney Tweeted on Monday.
Am i the only one who noticed that, Beyonce was photoshopped here?...... they could've done the same with Mr John Kani. pic.twitter.com/0QzsySpnJf— Ntsika (@NtsikeleloCanga) July 9, 2019
hmm maybe John Kani is the one who shoot the pic thats why is not there. pic.twitter.com/9EDKkhytIR— Bongani (@031_Trailblazer) July 8, 2019
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