26 July 2020
STRAIGHT & 2 BEERS
Jury’s still out on SK’s nude gyrations
Isaw the video. Booze was flowing and the floozies were frolicking in the buff, jiggling their bums like they do in the hip-hop music videos.
The soundtrack was women abuser, Chris Brown’s famous Loyal with cringe worthy lyrics: I wasn’t born last night; I know these hoes ain’t right… These hoes ain’t loyal.
It all seemed like innocent fun, except that all the guys were fully clothed while the dolls were nuder than Eve in the Garden of Eden.
It would seem that women were being objectified while the sanctity of the men was preserved, this in a country where toxic masculinity values women as lesser creatures and gender-based violence abound.
To make it worse, it happened during the lockdown, wherein gatherings and
parties are expressly forbidden to curb the spread of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Upon the leaking of the video, The Queen actor reached out to his family, the rest of Mzansi and his employers – the Fergusons – with a grovelling apology.
“My actions were unacceptable. I beg for forgiveness. I take full responsibility, especially at a time we are faced with a serious pandemic. I should have made better decisions. I need to do better. To everyone I have disappointed and hurt, I am truly sorry,” tweeted SK Khoza.
“I have put Ferguson Films, my family, and Mzansi Magic in a position I totally regret,” continues the tweet.
The leak and the apology left the murky social media sphere divided. No need to apologise for having fun, others responded. Hell no, the rest of us are obeying the law and staying put, screamed the other half.
There has been widespread breach of lockdown rules throughout the world since the pandemic struck late last year. Last month, top-ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic apologised as he announced that he and his wife, Helena, had tested positive for the Coronavirus following criticism over a tournament he organised.
His mea culpa came after days of growing criticism over the tournament, after which other players and coaches were also found to have been infected. “I am so deeply sorry our tournament has caused harm,” Djokovic said on social media.
Physical distancing was not enforced in the stands during the series played in Belgrade, Serbia, and face masks were a rare sight.
Closer to home, Communications Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams was docked a month’s salary by her boss, President Cyril Ramaphosa, after she attended a lunch at a friend’s house, against the lockdown regulations.
Back to SK’s lockdown sex party.
There was nary a mask in sight nor did they observe social distancing as they gyrated in the nude.
Since the local soapies are now allowed to shoot, what danger does SK pose to his set
colleagues considering the rising rates of transmission of the virus?
The jury is still out on whether the Fergusons or the police would sanitise his morals or not.