September 25, 2017

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Sometimes it can be tough being a groupie

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I swear to the almighty this weather can really ruin one’s plans. Nevertheless, moi still found a way to go out there and see what the City of Cold had in store for me. Mahungra was the first stop and there was Mpho K showing off his car that happens not to be his. Boy, you better not even think of playing games with me because you know I know your story and I know you’re nothing but a broke cheapskate . The last I heard your Jet Store account hadn’t been paid for millions of years; and yet you…

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There’s still time, says Moloi

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“It was always going to be between (Teboho) Moloi and (Sfiso) Ncwane,” said gospel queen Rebecca Malope subsequent to the South African Music Awards (SAMA) held in Sun City last week Saturday. The Bloemfontein star went on to lose out to the late Ncwane in the best traditional gospel album category. But despite Moloi failing to scoop the award, Malope during a telephonic interview with The Weekly said Moloi was a worthy winner in that class. “I’m not suggesting that Ncwane should not have won but I think Moloi should have won that award,” she said. Malope received lifetime achievement…

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Zahara, Somizi feud persists

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Loliwe hitmaker Zahara has reportedly dismissed Somizi’s ‘apology’ and plans to go full steam ahead with legal action against him. This after Somizi told Sowetan on Thursday that he was sorry and did not mean to hurt the singer with «bar comments» he made at the SAMAs last weekend. However, speaking to Daily Sun, Zahara said that she did not receive a formal apology from Somizi. “I saw something online about him apologising but I still haven’t received an apology from him. How is ‘sorry, Zahara, it was just a joke’ an apology? Seriously?” she said. The singer was left furious by the…

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