It is no secret that being a celeb can be a very daunting task as sometimes one is forced to interact with fans, and take pictures with them even though they are not in the mood to do so.
One thing we know for sure is that some celebs also hate being called by their acting names, but SK Khoza has revealed why he hates to be asked about Shaka.
In a tweet, the actor who plays the controversial character on The Queen slammed people who do not respect their customers. SK said he hates to be asked about his character and then people fail to deliver what he has ordered.
“Nothing makes me mad like people who focus on asking me questions about Shaka while I order food and when the food gets to me, they did the total opposite of what I asked. Hayi maan respects your damn customers.”
Nothing makes me mad like people who focus on asking me questions about Shaka while I order food and when the food gets to me, they did the total opposite of what I asked. Hayi maan respect your damn customers…
— Sthembiso SK Khoza (@SKcoza) October 15, 2020
The TV star recently hogged the headlines after videos of him at an alleged s.e.x party went viral on social media.
The clips caused quite a stir on the internet and left his fans disappointed. In an apology, he issued on Twitter, SK said his actions were unacceptable “My actions were unacceptable, I beg for forgiveness. I take full responsibility, especially at a time we are faced with a serious pandemic. I should have made better decisions. I need to do better. To everyone I have disappointed and hurt, I am truly sorry.” he wrote.
The actor apologized to his family, fans, and to his disgraced employers The Fergusons “Inappropriate video images of myself were leaked online and I would like to profusely apologize to my family, friends, employers, and fans for embarrassing them and myself. I have put @Shona_Ferguson (FergusonFilms), my family, and @Mzansimagic in a position I totally regret,” he said.
The social media streets continued to mock him however, according to an expert who talked with Sowetan Live, said SK Khoza is a victim of revenge p)rn.
Hannes Bouwer of Cavanagh & Richards Attorneys has it that the Films and Publications Amendment Bill states that,
“If the person is/can be identified in the publication [a person found guilty will get a] fine not exceeding R300,000 or imprisonment not exceeding four years or both,“.
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