SK Khoza sends message to Fergusons: "Everyone is just hating"

SK Khoza sends message to Fergusons: "Everyone is just hating"

- SK Khoza has stood up for the Fergusons amid rumours about how they treat employees

- An actor recently came out to publicly bash them for how he was treated while on The Queen

- SK claims that many of the allegations are based on nothing but hate and jealousy

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SK Khoza has come out in support of Shona and Connie Ferguson. The producers have recently come under fire from the industry. Khoza sent an encouraging message to the couple and told them to pay no mind to the haters.

His shout-out comes after two former actors from The Queen have recently been in the limelight. Mlamli Mangcala wrote an open letter complaining about the treatment he received while working for the pair. He opened up about how he is in financial difficulty because of the power couple and their alleged false promises.

Dineo Langa, who was also on The Queen, opened up about recently being fired. This has caused a lot of Mzansi folk to question exactly what is going down behind closed doors on the set of the hit show.

The exits of some of their most-loved characters like Mara Louw and Rami Chuene have also intensified the scrutiny.

SK, however, believes that the bad-mouthing is just haters being haters. His Insta message was well-received by Mr Ferguson who responded with gratitude, saying:

“Thank you King. You speak your truth and because it’s good and positive."

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Of course, SK may just be singing for his supper. Briefly.co.za reported that SK Khoza has made his return and The Queen fans were buzzing. The latest episode smacked viewers for a six when Shaka mysteriously rose from the dead and it was a moment that will never be forgotten.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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