- SK Khoza got caught on camera doing some questionable things and he is truly sorry for it
- While SK tried to say sorry, his apology doesn't seem to be enough for the people of Mzansi
- Breaking lockdown laws has peeps feeling SK should pay the price for his actions and saying sorry doesn't just make it all OK
SK Khoza’s attempt to apologise for his questionable actions have sent peeps down the rabbit hole. He definitely isn’t getting off that easily, shame.
Getting caught out doing some questionable things is definitely not ideal when you are in the public eye. Not only does it tarnish your character, but those who associate themselves with you too.
Briefly.co.za has seen how SK has further been pulled through the mud after his attempt at apologising for what was caught on camera. While it seems that SK is genuinely sorry for his actions (or maybe just that he got caught), the people of Mzansi are having none of it.
It seems that what was going on in the video is not what the people are actually annoyed about, it is the fact that SK was living his best life while the rest of us were suffering in lockdown. SK literally broke the law and peeps feel he should pay.
Social media has been blowing up with people demanding SK pay the price for his actions. While they accept his apology, they do not feel that he is above the law.
When sharing SK’s apology to social media, Briefly.co.za got some interesting responses from our followers. The people are not happy, baba!
@Mvelase Zama: “Just saw the whole video, I wish I could unsee everything, and now I understand why he had to apologise. Apart from the lockdown regulations, he thought he was having fun kanti.”
@Paseka Edward: “Where is Bheki Cele?”
@Anelisa Batyi: “He needs to get himself new friends, shame I pity him, amanyala ngenke amuse ndawo, instead they'll ruin him and the industry he is in is unforgiving, I honestly feel sorry for him.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported SK Khoza came 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 were 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 was going down behind closed doors on the set of the hit show.
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