Controversial actor Sithembiso “SK” Khoza set social media ablaze in the early hours of Thursday 22 September with a video of his sex scene in The Black Door — an adult telenovela on e.tv.
The former The Queen actor has mastered the art of turning lemons into lemonade by essentially using bad publicity to further promote his career.
SK KHOZA SHARES SEX SCENE WITH MAM’REBS
Taking to Instagram, SK Khoza shared a clip from the raunchy e.tv telenovela, The Black Door, which he joined last month as Sabelo the stripper. The actor later deleted the video, but it has already been saved and distributed across Twitter.
According to a statement from the show, SK Khoza’s character aims to reveal the truth behind Rebecca Mabuza’s (Linda Sebezo) cutthroat nature and allow viewers to tap into Boniswa (Gabisile Tshabalala) as an emotional, spoilt, but real-life woman and mother.
“SK as Sabelo will drive the story into avenues viewers have been questioning and thinking about,” the statement read.
And true to form, SK Khoza shook things up with a steamy scene with Rebecca Mabuza aka Mam’ Rebs.
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ART IMITATING LIFE
By now Mzansi knows that the actor, who also dabbles as a musician, is sexually liberated. For the most part, the media personality’s scandals either include allegations of abuse or his sexual escapades.
In July this year, the actor proudly confirmed that he had joined OnlyFans. OnlyFans is a subscription-based platform which allows users to sell or purchase original content. Many use this to sell or purchase explicit or sexual content.
The actor’s decision came after his sex tape went viral on Twitter. The video showed SK Khoza giving an unidentified woman oral sex.
In 2020, the star was embroiled in another sex scandal when clips of him with naked girls at a sex party emerged.
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TWEEPS WEIGH IN
SK Khoza’s sex scene, like all his other raunchy videos, has set tongues wagging on social media.