- SK Khoza decided to offer some advise to a viewer who shared that she's uncomfortable watching The Queen with her parents
- The viewer complained about the strong language that Brutus and SK sometimes use on The Queen
- SK hilariously told the fan of The Queen to get her own TV in order to avoid watching the show with her parents
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SK Khoza recently took to social media to give advice to one viewer of The Queen. The fan of the popular show shared that she sometimes feels uncomfortable watching the telenovela with her parents.
The tweep, Busisa Mchunu, revealed that some of the scenes of the soapie cause tension in her home because of the strong language. She said this usually happens when Brutus, one of the lead characters on the soapie, makes an appearance.
Mzansi loves to hate Brutus because of his strong language especially when he is drunk. Busisa said SK, who plays the character of Shaka, and Brutus get some of them in trouble with their parents because of their vulgarity.
SK took to Twitter and reacted hilariously to the tweep. The award-winning actor advised Busisa to get her own TV. SK wrote:
"Buy your own TV or better yet move out... But shame neh."
Some tweeps also took to SK's comment section to advise Busisa. Most of them advised her to not watch the show when her parents are around but watch repeats instead. Another user told Busisa to watch the show with a "straight face" when she's with her parents.
In other TV news, Briefly.co.za reported that Siyabonga Shibe has officially left . The actor penned a heartfelt farewell post on social media after he filmed his last scene.
Siyabonga, who played the role of Qhabanga, aka Pastor Mdletshe on the popular telenovela, shared a clip of himself dancing while the cast and crew of Uzalo sang for him. The star captioned his post:
"What a great journey it has been with #uzalo_sabc1 I enjoyed every moment of this production."
Siyabonga shared that he had made friends with the crew and cast of the show. He said working with the cast has been a "gem of a fantastic experience".
"It has been my honour to share the screen and wear those shoes of every character we play together. We really make the script come to life, we'll work again."
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