If there is one thing about SK Khoza, the actor is a magnet for scandal – and goes viral for just about everything besides his acting. This time Khoza is the talk of Twitter thanks to a rather explicit clip doing the rounds, showing him giving oral sex to a woman.
The past year has been somewhat of a rollercoaster for Khoza, who was fired from the hit Mzansi Magic soap The Queen , where he played the iconic role of Shaka Khoza, a drug dealer alongside the show’s executive producer Connie Ferguson. It isn’t known why Khoza was axed from the show, but some reports suggest it may be due to him allegedly assaulting his ex-fiance Ayanda Hlongwane.
Hlongwane is said to have filed charges at the Fourways Police Station late last year, which lead to his arrest and subsequent release on R1000 bail.
SK KHOZA SEX VIDEO SHOCKS SOUTH AFRICAN TWITTER
While sex scandals haven’t proven to be career suicide in this current era, the fact that SK Khoza is already known for his antics doesn’t help his situation either. Twitter has been awash with reactions Khoza’s oral sex video, including from one social media user who said: “SK Khoza is our South African Ray J.”
It was several months ago that other videos of Khoza went viral on social media, prompting many people to wonder whether the star may have been under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Shortly after the videos were circulated online, Khoza wrote on his Instagram that he was ‘in a very dark place’.
Addressing the videos back in May, Khoza came out to say that he does not remember anything about the clips and insinuated that he might have been drugged by someone with heinous intentions.
While he initially claimed his outlandish behaviour came as a result of him being in a “dark place,” he now says that he may have been drugged .
Speaking to local businessman TT Mbha, SK revealed that he may have had his food or drink spiked by someone with sinister intentions.
“People don’t care. If I had to tell everybody right now that I don’t remember a single thing of those videos, that scares me. We live in a world where people spike drinks or put things in people’s food,” Khoza said.