- SK Khoza and Shona Ferguson seem to have mended their sour relationship
- SK has taken to social media to gush about the "real talk" he had with his boss, Shona
- The actor recently returned to hit telenovela The Queen after his character was killed off towards the end of 2019
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When the news broke that SK Khoza was set to return to hit telenovela The Queen, many thought that there would be a sour relationship between him and the producers of the show.
SK's fiery character on the show, Shaka Khoza, was killed off towards the end of 2019 and many viewers were not happy.
They started a petition online asking the Fergusons to bring him back on the show. Now that he is back, peeps were concerned about his relationship with his bosses.
The brotherhood between SK and Shona Ferguson seem to be going very well.
The actor took to social media to gush about the "real talk" he had with Shona. The star said the chat that they "both" needed "really touched" him.
He captioned the snap of both of them in Ferguson Films branded face masks:
"Thanks for the real talk @ferguson_films and opening up to me. Our chat spoken with a thousand or more words, really touched me. Salute Mr Sho, it was great knowing we both needed that. Many of these timeless sayings also recognise the concept of a higher brotherhood that unites US."
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Shona commented on the post:
"I appreciate you bro. Thank you. I got you."
The telenovela has recently added new faces after letting go of some of Mzansi favourites in the show. Brenda Ngxoli, Menzi Ngubane, Jessica Nkosi and Kuli Roberts are some of the new actors on the soapie.
Briefly.co.za reported that the Fergusons have explained that due to the influx of new characters joining the show, some of their famous characters would not be returning. Connie and Shona said this after fans questioned why they always fired actors.
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