Shaka Khoza Fired From ‘The Queen’
Many would agree that Sthembiso SK Khoza is one of the faces to look forward to seeing on Mzansi Magic’s The Queen.
However, this sense of anticipation might soon wear off because allegedly, the powers that be have decided to ‘crop him out’ of our television screens.
SK’s sacking from The Queen was alluded to various claims, including his dramatic personal life and diva tendencies on set, that proved to be irksome to those working with him.
Various sources spoke to Sunday Sun, whereby strong allegations of unprofessionalism were levelled against him.
One source stated the following:
“He’s always in trouble. If he’s delaying production, he’s involved in child support drama that has been following him to work. He’s not the same person (that) he was. It’s as if fame changed him.”
Other sources revealed that prior to termination of contract, SK was warned numerous times regarding his destructive behaviour, but it seems all of that fell on deaf ears.
A tough decision had to be made, even though his on screen character, Shaka is loved by the audience.
The publication also got a hold of show’s Executive Producer, Connie Ferguson.”There’s a lot happening in the story that we are not at liberty to discuss no.’
Mzansi Magic’s Spokesperson, Philly Kubheka confirmed the sacking of SK.
Speaking to Sunday Sun, she said the following: “We can confirm that he’s exiting The Queen. As Mzansi Magic we wish him well on his journey… ”
And so do we.
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