SK Khoza has a message for the Fergusons' haters
'Everyone is just hating on y’all. When you the best, people will talk, it doesn’t matter if you doing good or bad’
Since making his on-screen return on the hit telenovela The Queen this past Friday, actor SK Khoza has nothing but supportive things to say about co-producers Shona and Connie Ferguson.
The actor took a moment to appreciate the producers on Instagram with a little message to their haters.
With a snap of his on-screen return, SK wrote, “Take a moment and appreciate. Shout out to Shona and Connie Ferguson. Everyone is just hating on y’all. When you the best, people will talk, it doesn’t matter if you doing good or bad.”
SK's young shout out comes after the Fergusons were widely criticised on social media for “ill-treatment” allegations made by former The Queen cop Captain Sthembiso Radebe, played by Mlamli Mangcala.
In an open letter circulating on social media, Mlamli alleged that the producers made empty promises on his salary adjustments which resulted in him losing his car and that he was on the verge of losing his house in Cape Town as well.
The actor claimed his pay was only increased by R100 twice after he asked them to look at his rates, including travelling and accommodation, as he is based in Cape Town.
In a radio interview on Metro FM, Mlamli reiterated his comments that the Fergusons accommodated him at the Khoza Mansion, however, he said they made him share a bed with the caretaker.
The Fergusons have continuously been dominating headlines when it comes to the exits of some of their most loved characters, from Mara Louw, to Rami Chuene, Dineo Langa and most recently Mlamli.
While SK was giving them love and support, Shona thanked him for being truthful, even with all the naysayers on the socials.
“Thank you King. You speak your truth and because it’s good and positive, Nobody will believe you. You will be crucified for saying something good. If it were negative, destructive and aimed at tearing down another, you would be celebrated. Such is the world we live in. I appreciate you. Salute.”
Connie replied saying, “Thank you #sterring. Not many are brave enough to stand for the #truth! A sad reality ... but the truth always sees the light. Pity it’s not celebrated as much! I salute you with your mawashageri kick come back!”
The Fergusons refused to comment on the allegations, after TshisaLIVE made numerous attempts to give them a right of reply.