Abdul Khoza shows how much he loves his brother SK Khoza

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Abdul Khoza shows how much he loves his brother SK Khoza

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SK Khoza is receiving so much love from people it’s very heartwarming to see. The actor who has had a rough couple of days apologized to the people he caused distress.
Sthembiso Khoza, who is most famous for his role on The Queen as Shaka Khoza, saw himself trending, for once again all the wrong reasons. With all the badmouthing he was subjected to, you would think nobody would be there for him but that is not the case.
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Industry colleagues and his very talented brother, Abdul Khoza showered SK with so much love.

 

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In one post, SK apologized for his actions and said he was in a very dark space. “Forgive me for I have sinned and was trapped in a very dark space, to everyone that I was rude and mean to…my deepest apologies.”

In another post, a fan page posted a very cryptic post about living among snakes and how to come out victorious and succeed in life.

“This game is teaching us something at a very young age. In life, we have to climb many ladders to get to the top but along the way, we’ll find snakes that want to bring you down. The aim is not to give up, keep pushing even if it means you have to start again.”

Abdul Khoza reacted to this post and commended those well-spoken words, “Well said BIG BRO. & also it still teaches that one way or another, we have to go through the snakes. “Profound” sunno. Peace & Love,” he commented.

 

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SK Khoza gushed over Abdul by sharing a clip from TikTok where all of his funniest moments are shared on the platform. Abdul acknowledged it on the comments section and his fans as well.

Yesterday, SK posted a short prayer where he asked God to forgive and mend his broken heart. “Dear God, enlighten what’s dark in me, strengthen what’s weak in me. Mend what’s broken in me, bind what’s bruised in me. Heal what’s sick in me. Revive whatever peace and love had died. Help me to understand that difficult times can make me stronger in the end.”

His father is currently looking to help him and is willing to get him traditional help. SK denied using drugs and said his family knows that.

He told Sunday World that he was racially provoked, “I was away with friends in Mpumalanga and the white man you see in the video was racist towards me, so I retaliated. He called me by the ‘K’ word,” he claimed.

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