He was a media darling and may people women loved him when he played on popular show Generations and all that legacy may go down the drain after it was revealed that he was a "woman basher".
Internationally acclaimed actor Sello Maake KaNcube has resigned from a popular anti-gender-based violence organisation after its director and musician Tebogo Lerole and media personality JJ Tabane accused him of women abuse.
KaNcube stepped down as spokesperson for Act Now after learning that Lerole and Tabane told businesswoman Khumo Moetse, who wanted to donate funds to the star-studded organisation, that they were planning to kick the actor to the kerb because he was a woman abuser.
Speaking to Sunday World, the former Generations actor confirmed that he quit the organisation last week because the two connived with his former girlfriend to badmouth him to the donor.
The former the Queen actor is currently is a new relationship and has posted about marrying his new young lover soon but cannot shake the mistake he says he did years ago. The actor has apologized for his actions and added that he was a changed man.
Sello Maake kaNcube is a South African actor. Maake kaNcube in his native land, as well as in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Europe. He narrated a 2008 natural history documentary Africa's Outsiders about unusually pigmented wild animals, which was aired by Animal Planet.
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