- SK and Abdul Khoza have paid homage to the legendary actor Meshack Mavuso for his influence
- Watching Meshack on TV sparked their love for acting and SK and Abdul will forever be grateful for that
- Taking to social media with a heartwarming post, SK expressed how he and his brother grew up watching Meshack
Influential brothers SK and Abdul Khoza have taken the time to thank the legendary actor Meshack Mavuso for inspiring and motivating them to be the men they are today. Having a mentor is so important, especially in the entertainment game.
SK and Abdul admitted that it was when they watched Meshack on TV that their passion for acting came alive and they knew the direction they were wanting to go in in life. Without Meshack, who knows what they would have ebbed up doing.
Taking to social media with a heartwarming post, SK expressed how he and his brother grew up watching Meshack and how it was he who inspired their career direction. You can feel the gratitude radiating from SK in this post.
“We grew up watching you on TV. We saw you on Yizo Yizo not knowing where we wanted to go. Today, we are award-winning actors. And the fact that you walked up to this life, ngiyabonga.”
Sthembiso Khoza is a South African-born actor with a knack for great acts on-screen and good life off-screen. You probably know him as Shaka from The Queen. Born on the 1st of July, 1986 in KwaZulu-Natal, Sthembiso has grown into a talented actor with all the right attributes.
SK and Abdul share a special bond that shows through their work. This brother duo are two of Mzansi’s favourite young actors and we know they will move mountains.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that brothers Sthembiso (aka SK) and Abdul Khoza feel extremely honoured to be working with an actress and artist that inspired them when they were growing up, Thembi Seete.
Sthembiso and Abdul are two extremely talented actors. The brothers are a steamy pair who are loved by the ladies and respected by many. SK and Abdul had a bit of a fangirl moment when they realised that they would be working with one of the women they looked up to in the entertainment industry, Thembi.
The brothers scooped a role in an upcoming Ferguson Films action packed series called Kings of Joburg.
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