WATCH | SK and Abdul Khoza let us in on their childhood

SK Khoza and his brother Abdul Khoza remember their good and not-so-great childhood memories.
SK Khoza and his brother Abdul Khoza remember their good and not-so-great childhood memories.
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Showbiz brothers Abdul and SK Khoza remember their good and not-so-great childhood memories. Abdul is, of course, known for his role as hot-headed Qaphela in Isibaya and SK plays trigger-happy Shaka in The Queen. The two shows air back to back on Mzansi Magic.

The brothers recently took to Instagram to share entertaining stories about their childhood in the two-part series #BROTALK.

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Reminiscing about some of his biggest faults as a big brother, SK remembered a time he intentionally left his younger brother at school because he was angry that Abdul didn't want to share his lunch.

"He asked me if he could have some of my lunch and I said, 'No, you got the same thing'. That's why he left me, imagine! He got mad," Abdul jokingly added.

SK shared that he can’t believe he did that to his younger brother but was proud that Abdul finally found his way home. He became scared when night fell and his brother had still not come home.

"A couple of hours later I'm asked: ‘Where is your brother?’ Oh God, I'm hiding under the bed . . . It's getting dark and my brother still hasn't come home," he recalled.

Abdul concluded the story in the comments section when fans wondered how he finally managed to get home. "I had to jump into [the] car of uMalume. I didn't know. But he said as long as I can direct him, he will get me home," he said.

The two were almost brought to tears by the stories of their mischievous childhood years. All in all, it seems they’ve always shared a beautiful brotherly bond.

Watch part one and two below:

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