What went down at Zindzi's big bash
SO BY now we all know that Zindzi Mandela had a fabulous party. But let's see what really went on behind the scenes >>
Bongani Fassie was the MC and he did a marvellous job in a kaftan which, he complained, made him feel awkward. He looked smashing.
Another celeb who looked great was Lerato, she who was smacked in Big Brother All Stars. She looked amazing in a Swazi-inspired wrap dress that she claimed to have designed.
We girls said nothing. But we laughed like ladies of the night when we heard her say that actor Morris Chestnut had a head that is so creased it looked like it needed to be ironed. She added that we should ask him why he was a "Z list" actor. You have to love Lerato.
Jeff Radebe was another one with no hair and we were grateful since we hate it when he uses hair dye like some old woman from Eastern Cape.
Dali Mpofu wore what looked like a green dress but turned out to be a Xhosa-inspired top. He was there with his ravishing wife Mpumi and son Sizwe, who looked crazy... Crazy because he arrived wielding a walking stick and at his side or following him was a Muslim-looking woman with a scarf around her head.
Wow, Sizwe darling, we thought you were in your early 20s and still young to look like a Xhosa from Transkei. The stick was hilarious. Maybe we have no culture.
Allan Boesak arrived with his wife Elna, who wore a tired leopard-print dress and we girls were amazed at that amazing body. They told us that their youngest child was in high school and the eldest at university. We acted shocked. I mean, really, we don't know your children, woman.
A great party.
Ray Phiri stood in a corner confirming how sexy he is to us girls, while Lunga Williams looked as beautiful besides his love for phallic symbols. He wielded a cigar like a man loving a penis.
Sarah Ngubeni and her man or friend Mbuso T looked lovely and it was great to know that he is still alive.
Winnie looked amazing as usual and told us that she does not give a damn about what folk have to say about her and we girls could not stop grinning.
We kept on spotting David Tlale, who made Zindzi and daughter Zenani's dresses, loitering around looking like he wanted to be thanked.
We even asked Winnie what she thought of his loitering and she told us we were nuts.
Brenda Fassie's music played and some guy called MK spoke for a bit too long.
Randlords, where the function was held, is amazing, especially with those sexy bodyguards everywhere.
Mzwakhe Mbuli is bloody sexy and even his wife Tembeka is lovely and takes no drama from little startlets. We saw one asking her to move away from her husband so she could stand there but Mrs Mbuli would not budge.
Thanks, for the invite, guys, and, yes, the Mandela grandchildren are great hosts and it was amazing to watch them perform.
Thanks but next time do invite Morgan Freeman since we like Americans so much we are trying to perfect our accents.