21 December 2021
Earlier this month SK Khoza who played the character of Shaka Khoza in The Queen was implicated with the charges of GBV. SK allegedly cheated on his wife and when she confronted on this issue he became defensive and started beating her to a pulp. On the following day, SK's fiance took the matter to the law and opened the case.
Social media users pleaded that he gets canceled because he was clearly condoning GBV which is the reason most women in South Africa last their souls. Connie Fergusons had to cancel his contract with immediate effect. The Queen fans pleaded that his character gets replaced by Abdul Khoza who is his brother whoo Is also an actor.
This was the dead-end for his career in acting as he is canceled and cannot get more gigs. According to his recent Instagram post, it is apparent that the man has changed to a music career.
"Catch myself and Afrotainment team at the Caltex Garage in Port Alfred for a Road Safety Activation from 13:00-15:00 to help you know your #WHOA @SANRAL_za, don't drink and drive this festive season", he said.
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