TV: SK Khoza fired from #TheQueenMzansi
The actor who plays Shaka Khoza on the Mzansi Magic show’s contract was terminated with immediate effect.
Word is, the decision was made at the behest of Multichoice following alleged assault perpetrated by the actor.
It is said that SK has allegedly assaulted someone.Khoza is not new to being the bad guy or on the wrong side of the media.It was reported that he is intolerant.He had always been reported as a troublesome actor,although he is great at his acting,it is alleged that he is hard to work with.
Seeing that "The Queen" is the telenovela that held his name high,one cannot shy from wondering what will be his next move.
Allas,it's good luck to him on his future endeavors.
When it comes to social media one should be careful this days, nothing stays hidden.You make one wrong move then you will end up without a job.No company or household name wants to be associated with people who assault others.With the GBV cases raising daily people should learn to know how to control themselves.
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