SK Khoza

‘The Queen’ actor, SK Khoza taking selfies on his social media account Image via Instagram @skkhoza

‘Trapped in a dark space’: ‘Missing’ SK Khoza apologises for shock videos

SK Khoza has apologised for being ‘rude and mean’ and says that he was ‘trapped in a very dark place’ when the videos of him were taken.

SK Khoza

‘The Queen’ actor, SK Khoza taking selfies on his social media account Image via Instagram @skkhoza

South African actor SK Khoza has caused quite a stir on social media after videos of him engaging in heated confrontations with a number of people went viral. Many social media users expressed concern for the actor who was acting extremely out of character.

He has since apologised for the videos and says that he was in a “very dark place”.

Meanwhile, his father has expressed concern for him and says that he is yet to have a talk with his son over the viral videos.

SK Khoza says sorry for his behaviour

Last week, many South Africans wondered out loud whether former The Queen actor SK Khoza has developed a drug problem after he was seen going on violent rages in more than one video clip.

Taking to Instagram earlier today (12 April 2022) the actor shared a prayer, while in the caption, he explains that he was “trapped in a very dark space”.

He also added that he has chosen to seek help.

“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 🙏🏿 #ThankYouForYourLove&Support #ThisTooShallPass#IchoseToSeekHelp #RamadanMubarak #Love&Light”

The post was met with thousands of reactions from his friends and followers who shared messages of support and well wishes with him.

A deeply concerned dad speaks out

Meanwhile, SK’s father Stanley recently reached out to Daily Sun and told them that he is still searching for his son who he hasn’t seen ever since the videos surfaced online. The publication reports that Stanley travelled from KwaZulu-Natal to Gauteng to find him.

“Like everyone else, I’ve seen my son’s behaviour on social media.”

“And when I eventually find him, we will discuss a way forward,” he told the publication on Monday this week.

He has also reportedly sought help for his son from a local sangoma who says that SK has had muti used against him.

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