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Cassper plans to keep his son off social media

Cassper Nyovest on protecting his bundle of joy.

Rapper Cassper Nyovest and his bae Thobeka Majozi are on cloud nine after the birth of their first child.

The Tito Mboweni hitmaker took to social media late on Sunday evening to post a picture of himself dressed in medical scrubs and preparing for the birth, writing “Let’s f*cking go”.

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He told fans on Twitter that nothing could prepare him for the moment he saw his son, revealing that their little one had arrived and the couple had named him Khotso.

The rapper may be one of the most outspoken and public celebs in Mzansi, but he plans to keep his newborn son out of the spotlight and away from the “real life witches” on social media.

Cassper has told his fans he prefers to keep things private.

Responding to suggestions that he prays to keep his “jealous” enemies at bay, Cassper said that he wanted to protect his family from the evil of social media.

“Prayer has been my weapon! That’s why I won’t post my child on these platforms. Besides the millions that love us and want to share with us, we are also amongst real life witches and they prey on moments like these or people like us,” he said.

He added that he was careful to “never be caught off guard”.

Cassper has been fiercely protective of Thobeka ever since they started dating, trying his best to keep her out of the spotlight.

Weighing in on the hate he received for showing up to his bae’s baby shower last month in a tracksuit, Cassper said he wanted to keep his family away from all the “broken souls” on social media.

“(There are) too many broken souls on these apps. That’s why I keep my private life away. That’s why my private life is so good and healthy!” he added.

Speaking to Somizi on the star’s hit TV talk show Dinner at Somizi’s, Cassper said he wanted to teach his child to be respectful and God-fearing.

“Overall I think the most important thing I will teach my son is to love God; and secondly to be fearless and just go for your dreams. Just to add your stroke to the painting of the world,” he said.

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Clicks accused of lack of diversity and transformation

The Clicks pharmacy group was forced to close its 880-store franchise on Monday after 37 stores were vandalised, looted and in some cases petrol-bombed.

This was after the EFF protested outside the stores following the publication of an offensive and racist ad for a hair care product made by Unilever brand TRESemmé on the Clicks website last Friday.

The ad depicted the hair of a black woman as being “dry, damaged, frizzy and dull”, and put it against that of a white woman with hair described as “colour treated, fine, flat or normal”. The ad campaign was apparently meant to celebrate all hair types, but the discrimination was implicit: “Black women, use this shampoo and you can have hair like this white woman.”

The outrage was immediate. Marketers never seem to learn.

Clicks, Unilever and TRESemmé took the ad down on the same day and published an apology, with Clicks taking to social media to apologise to customers.

The EFF jumped into the fray and published a statement saying that its “progressive forces” would ensure that Clicks would be held accountable for its actions.

EFF Secretary-General Marshall Dlamini wrote to Clicks, demanding that it publish the names of all of the people involved in commissioning, producing and publishing the ad, whether they were internal staff or employees and directors of third parties. 

If Clicks did not comply “in writing” within 24 hours, the EFF would close all stores “without further notice”.

The EFF followed this up with a warlike Twitter campaign:

Clicks replied to the EFF via its legal team at Werksmans, stating that privacy laws meant it could not release the names of the people involved (and for their own safety), but pointing out that Clicks acknowledged the ad was offensive and that the CEO Vikesh Ramsunder had apologised unreservedly. The open letter was later published, and Clicks invited the EFF to further discussions.

Werksmans then instructed the EFF to cancel the threatened shutdown of the stores and remove all content from social media which it said inflamed and incited violence against Clicks, its properties and staff.

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Boity launches perfume range at R1,500 a pop

Media personality Boity Thulo has joined US star Selena Gomez and local celeb Zodwa Wabantu by releasing a fragrance, with the perfume retailing for R1,500 a bottle.

The media personality took to her social media to announce her latest money move, and expressed her pride in the product called Boity Pink Sapphire.

“Thank you all so so so much for the love, support and kind words. I appreciate this so much. This is only the beginning!” she told fans after the launch.

In a statement, Boity explained what fans can expect from the perfume.

“It’s a powerful but elegant fragrance. The top notes you smell at first are the sugar, the fresh tangerine and wild marigold. After a few moments, you’ll smell the amber, jasmine, and French lavender and, finally, the heavier base notes of Ambroxan, moss and cedarwood bring that incredible depth — they balance out the sweeter notes perfectly. I just love it!”

Boity has expressed her gratitude for the support she’s received so far and said she’s very happy she gets to witness her family being proud of her moves.

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Moonchild showing off her booty has made some people assume she’s “brainless”

Moonchild Sanelly has lashed out against claims that she “lacks intellect” just because she’s body confident.  

She took to Twitter to slam those that want to equate her “lack” of clothing to a “lack of brains”.

“It’s amazing that by owning ur body and being confident society attaches confidence with lack of brains! But qhubekani both insecure males and not so confident females,” she said.

Moonchild added that it wasn’t just men who made the assumption, but women were just as guilty. While engaging with her followers, the musician also slammed the idea that a woman could only embrace her sexiness for a man. 

“According to society – women are only allowed to be ‘sexy’ for the entertainment of men. You may only dress ‘provocatively’, twerk and show your ass, talk about sex etc. when it is in the interest of men,” the tweet read.

The singer also added that she was disgusted that rapists even went as far as blaming the women for their “animalistic” acts.

“It’s ridiculous. I mean it’s sad because even a rapist will blame you for their animalistic act! Somehow they need to be shareholders of your body. Funny enough, even their idea of you won’t change their respect for you! So girl respect yourself,” she said.

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Master KG shows off his new ride

Master KG gifts himself with a new car.

Local musician Master KG is still riding the wave of success after his hit single “Jerusalema” took the world by storm.

And now he has made it known that he will also be riding in a brand new car.

The hitmaker took to Instagram this week to announce that he had got a new BMW 3 series.

He posted a picture of himself standing in front of the blue car. Many of his followers, including fellow celebrities, left congratulatory comments on his post.

The purchase of a new car comes right after he celebrated the music video for “Jerusalema” having more than 100 million views on YouTube.

Taking to social media on Thursday, Master KG shared the exciting news, also expressing his gratitude for the immense support, he wrote: “Dreams Are Valid Don’t Sleep On Your Self” We Did It @nomcebozikode Thank You World.”

“Jerusalema”, which is produced by the Limpopo-born musician and record producer, featuring Hammarsdale, Durban born vocalist Nomcebo Zikode, has managed to transcend national borders and has officially become an international hit.

During the global pandemic, “Jerusalema”, which is accompanied by unique dance moves, the viral #JerusalemaDanceChallenge have seen folks from all walks of life put on their dancing shoes, shaking off the lockdown blues.

The song has been topping global charts, hitting the number one spot in 10 countries including South Africa, France, Romania, Portugal and Italy.

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DJ Zinhle Joins the Airbnb business

Here’s a glimpse of DJ Zinhle’s newly opened Airbnb.

You could soon be staying over at a place designed by one of the continent’s biggest female entertainers, DJ Zinhle.

The star, who is mostly known for her interior decorating skills, has kitted out an apartment and joined the world of Airbnb.

She has been working on the project for a while now and took to social media on Tuesday to announce that the pad was now open for business.

“We are Airbnb ready! Finally done working on this project and I love the results,” she said. 

Zinhle added that the project had given her “so much joy” and thanked her friend Zak and colleagues at her home design and furniture brand Jiyane Atelier.

Speaking about the project earlier this month, the star admitted to having some challenges decorating the place because she was only able to buy everything online.

‘But it’s all coming together,” she reassured fans.

The apartment brings in black and white tiles with dark coloured furniture, fixtures and fittings. 

The main bedroom is decorated with a dark feature wall and white accents.

Take a look at some snaps from the place:

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Theo Kgosinkwe and Vourne tie the knot

Halala Mr and Mrs! Theo Kgosinkwe and Vourne On Tying The Knot

Theo Kgosinkwe put a ring on model Vourne Williams’ finger at her 26th birthday dinner, and a year later they made it official.

Theo Kgosinkwe and his bae Vourne celebrate their union after the couple officially got hitched over the weekend. They were married in a small and intimate ceremony, thanks to Covid-19, and said they planned to have the big celebration in 2021.

They both shared snaps of their big day and said they couldn’t wait to be husband and wife.

“Due to Covid-19, Vourne and I had to postpone our wedding celebrations until 2021, but we couldn’t wait to be husband and wife. Yesterday I married my bestie. We can’t wait to celebrate with family and friends next year,,” Theo said in an Instagram post.

Since the end of his 15-year marriage to Rose, with whom he has two children, Theo has tried to keep his personal life far away from the spotlight.

Theo and Vourne got engaged a little over a year ago at Vourne’s 26th birthday dinner.

The man, who is clearly a romantic, asked the 26-year-old model the big question while serenading her, accompanied by an acoustic guitarist.

The couple have been living their best lives together, also worshipping and blogging together. They recently beat Covid-19 as a couple.

Their friends, family and fans flooded their timelines with messages of love and well wishes.

“My brother and friend Theo married his friend and love of his life yesterday, the ever-so beautiful Vourne. at an intimate and beautiful ceremony. Congratulations. Love you both,” Nhlanhla said.

Check out how happy they look in their wedding snaps below.

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Lasizwe has some daddy issues he wishes to heal from

Lasizwe opens up about the ‘anger’ he felt towards his father who ‘broke’ him.

Reality TV star Lasizwe has never been shy to put his “absent father” on blast in the past and this time he took to Twitter to reflect on how broken and angry he still is that his father wasn’t “truly” there for him.

The vlogger told his followers he wished they never had to experience the feeling of not feeling loved by their fathers. He explained that feeling that way has left him angry at his father.

“I pray you experience what it means to be loved by your father! I pray you don’t experience the level of brokenness and anger I have towards my father.”

He also expressed his desire to find healing of past emotional hurt he’s experienced at the hands of his father.

“I pray I find some healing because that man really tore my heart into pieces from a tender age!” he said.

The reality star has previously opened up about the issues he has with his father on his reality show Fake It Till You Make It

In one episode, Lasizwe went to therapy with his older sister Khanyi Mbau and mentioned that he did not see his father much when he was growing up. He said he was raised by a single mother with the help of his maternal family.

In a candid interview with Mac G, Khanyi explained that part of the reason she dated sugar daddies earlier in her life was because she has daddy issues.

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MinNie Dlamini Slammed for calling Bantu Knots “ghetTo”

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When TV personality Minnie Dlamini took to Twitter to show off her new look, the last thing she probably expected was to get heat which resulted in her topping the Twitter trends list.

The star sparked outrage and fierce debate on Tuesday night when she posted a pic of her wearing her hair in Bantu knots.

She told fans that “just because it’s ghetto, doesn’t mean it’s not fabulous”.

She had also posted the same snap on Instagram alongside the caption: “I can go from lady to ghetto in a second #BantuKnots.”

While some, including Idols SA judge Unathi Nkayi and singer Kelly Khumalo, were all for the look, others dragged Minnie for her use of the word “ghetto” to describe the hairstyle.

They argued that the style was beautiful and worn by women around the world. They argued that calling natural hair “ghetto” confirmed “the stereotype that black culture is inferior and barbaric”.

Fans flooded the TL with pictures of their own Bantu knots.

Minnie has not responded to the backlash.

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Zodwa Wabantu doesn’t think her Ben 10’s are using her

‘I wouldn’t say they use me, because I love them’ – Zodwa on dating younger men.

As her drama with Vusi Ngubane continues, Zodwa Wabantu has vehemently denied the suggestion that young men only date her so they can benefit from her money and fame.

The common trait Mzansi has seen with Zodwa’s Ben 10s is that she spends large amounts of money on them, and they become famous by association.

In a recent interview on Podcast and Chill, Mac G asked if she feels like they date her only to use her, but it was very clear that she doesn’t think so.

“I wouldn’t say they use me because I love them. I allow them to wear them sneakers, the T-shirts and the jeans from Dubai or wherever I travel to. The watches, the latest phones from Dubai and whatever.

“I buy those things for them, I choose to do that. The problem that ends our relationship is that they change and they want to be Chris Brown,” Zodwa told Mac G.

Zodwa says she’s loved worldwide for being herself, and she isn’t desperate for love, but she does loves attention and has found that young boys do better when it comes to that.

Responding to the criticism on Instagram, Zodwa wrote: “They (young men) go for me and if I like them I say yes.” She also advised that her critics should leave her alone, or go to the police if they have a problem with her.

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