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IN SOUTH AFRICA: SK Khoza speaks out

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SK Khoza speaks more about the disturbing video of himself acting drunk and attempting to fight a man outside of Zebula Lodge in Limpopo. Back then, the actor apologised to South Africans, claiming that he was in a dark space. However, in a recent interview with TT Mbah, he got more outspoken about the unpleasant event.

He claims that his drink could have been spiked, as he doesn’t remember a thing and he regrets how things played out that day, as it was a day when Black Coffee’s Grammy win was celebrated. 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,” he says.

“We live in a world where people spike drinks or put things in people’s food. I think about that day and the fact that Black Coffee just won a Grammy award, and all people were talking about is SK. Do people understand that a Grammy is something even me as an actor, I would kill for.

SK Khoza

“That Monday was evidence that we love negativity, and we thrive on it. It was a great moment for Black Coffee, and I felt bad myself because I was going through my own things. I am not heavily religious. But we need a miracle. I am scared of my country. We love to drag people,” he says.

“Uncle Sho (Shona Ferguson) said, ‘A negative mind can never have a positive life.’ Correct me if I’m wrong, but my perception is we all have problems, money, love, religion, family, or some sort of a problem. But if your heart is not pure, you use Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram as soon as SK goes through shit to get your answers through me by being nasty to me, you have a problem.” Khoza says he is going through a tough journey which he won’t reveal.

“There’s a very tough journey that I am going through and not allowed to talk about right now, it’s one of the hardest things I have had to go through in my life. With that said, as hard as it is and as tough as I am because I am built out of steel, I don’t have the balls to take my life. I never thought of it. I say, this too shall pass.

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