For those of you who didn’t know, when Skhumba isn’t making people roll with laughter, he works as a clerk for the SAPS.
But speaking to Sowetan in a recent interview the funnyman revealed that he has resigned from his day job to give his full attention to comedy.
Skhumba resigned two months ago and his last day with the SAPS is on December 31.
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“We are doing well. People are buying our tickets. I can buy my wife flowers almost every day and can take my kids to the zoo to relax. I know that I’m covered for 2017 in terms of my lifestyle. This things is growing,” he told the paper.
Skhumba who is a resident comedian on Kaya FM landed in hot water last month, when social media users called on the radio station to boot him off.
The funnyman came under fire after he body-shamed topless protesting students during the Fees Must Fall protests.
Skhumba later apologised for the comments. And Kaya FM stated that the comedian’s apology was sufficient and no action would be taken against him.