'The Queen' actor, SK Khoza as Shaka Khoza.

‘The Queen’ actor, SK Khoza as Shaka Khoza. Image via Twitter @MzansiMagic

The Queen: Star issues apology after being filmed at a ‘sex party’

Actor and fan-favourite SK Khoza has issued a public apology, after ‘The Queen’ star was caught doing some very naughty things on camera.

'The Queen' actor, SK Khoza as Shaka Khoza.

‘The Queen’ actor, SK Khoza as Shaka Khoza. Image via Twitter @MzansiMagic

It’s a storyline truly worth of a soapie. And, if for whatever reason the brilliant writing team behind The Queen run short of ideas, they could perhaps take some real-life inspiration from cast member SK Khoza: The popular actor has had to issue an apology this week, after he was filmed attending an alleged ‘sex party’.

The Queen star in ‘sex party video’

In a clip that set social media on fire, the actor – who plays Shaka on the hit Mzansi Magic show – struts and walks around the room, accompanied by naked women who proceed to dance with him while holding drinks in their hands. It’s raunchy, x-rated, and the exact type of action that belongs behind the watershed.

Even without the general indecency, SK Khoza had clearly broken lockdown laws by attending a home gathering with friends and strangers. Despite very much enjoying himself in the footage, ‘Shaka’ has certainly paid the price for his wrongdoings – and his statement is packed full of remorse.

SK Khoza apologises for ‘inappropriate footage’

The Queen’s precocious talent has apologised for ’embarrassing himself, his family, fans and employers’. He labeled his misbehaviour as ‘unacceptable and disappointing. So, what’s our advice for SK Khoza going forward? It’s simple: Save the drama for the screen, young man…

“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 Ferguson Films, my family, and Mzansi Magic in a position I totally regret.”

“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.”

SK Khoza of The Queen