‘The Queen’s’ SK Khoza [WATCH]

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The Queen actor SK Khoza recently opened up to businessman, and philanthropist ‘TT’ Mbha in an Instagram Live talk show called Ama-Tyma Wellness Check-in about his previous relationship with his then-fiancée Ayanda Hlongwane, his mental state, and trending on social media.  

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SK KHOZA: ‘I DON’T HAVE THE BALLS TO TAKE MY OWN LIFE’   

Real estate agent ‘TT’ Mbha this week spoke to The Queen actor Sithembiso ‘SK’ Khoza about his failed relationship to his fiancée Ayanda Hlongwa and his mental state when he was caught on camera acting aggressively towards an unknown man in Mpumalanga.   

The star addressed reports about allegedly abusing his former partner Ayanda Hongwane, getting arrested, and allegedly using drugs.  

Khoza rubbishes claims that he was abusive towards Hlongwane in the interview and states that he’s never laid a hand on a woman.  

“Why hasn’t anybody called me to ask if I hit Ayanda Hlongwane? Does my country know that I went to court six and seven times and Ayanda never pitched, not once and she had to be subpoenaed?”   

“When Ayanda arrived, she went to sign that she wants to drop the charges and reconcile with me.”  

“Do people know the kind of messages I have on my phone, that I could easily post up? But I am not that kind of a person, I don’t fight fire with fire. But I can say it to you today, live, I have never hit a woman in my life,” he adds.  

“Being a statistic is the worst thing and worst of all a GBV one. If you have ever been around me, you know I love girls. I am not even scared to say that. As someone who is raising girls himself, you always have to think.”  

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PEOPLE STRUGGLE TO SEPARATE ME FROM SHAKA KHOZA’  

He also adds that people struggle to separate him from his onscreen character Shaka Khoza from The Queen and that he still loves his former fiancee but doesn’t love her enough to take her back.  

“Love is a dangerous game and sadly enough, I still love Ayanda Hlongwane. But not to be with her,” he says.  

“I wouldn’t want to drag her or anything down. But at the end of the day, I would not want to walk my entire life knowing I didn’t do something that I’m being accused of. No one came back to find out what exactly happened, we just moved on.”  

He regrated how he behaved in the viral video where he was aggressive towards the unknown man in Mpumalanga and apologised on social media.  

“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.” 

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