‘Skeem Saam’ actress Inno Sadiki labelled ‘clout chaser’ for casket pic

A picture of Skeem Saam actress Innocent “Inno” Sadiki on her late grandmother’s coffin has caused a stir on social media.

The Pastors Wives reality TV star took to X (formerly Twitter) to share a snap from her grandmother’s vigil with the caption: “Friday night 😭💔. The night before Gogos send off was one of the hardest nights for me. Jo 💔 I need God now more than ever. #RIP Gogo.”


While some sent the actress – plays Sthoko on Skeem Saam – their condolences, a greater number of netizens slammed her choice of picture.

“I find it frustrating to seek sympathy online in this way. It’s possible that you are genuinely going through pain, but it is coming across as performative or insincere. Why are we being subjected to this? Sitsini? [What must we say?]” said one X user.

“It was the hardest night yet you asked someone to take a picture of you crying and hugging a coffin🤔 Content will end you,” another X user said.

While another said: “So you guys opened a camera and went on to say, ‘shoot me while I hug the coffin’ ? Yoh.”

Inno and her twin sister Millicent “Milly” Mashile – together known as the Cent sisters – announced last week that they were mourning the death of their granny.

Taking to her Instagram, Inno shared images of past meMilly also reminisced and thanked their grandmother for her unconditional love.

“It’s been a tough couple of months, you fought my queen. Gogo siyabonga, thank you. You loved us unconditionally. We are because of you.

“I don’t know how I will navigate life without you. God sees us through. We were blessed to have been given one of the best. God knew she would be exactly what we needed.

“My heart is filled with gratitude to God for your life, your heart, your love Gogo,” wrote Milly.

The twins have previously shared that they lost their mother when they were four years old and their father was killed when they were 17.