A TT, a Beemer and . iskorokoro?

n If anyone has seen Mafikizolo's performances, they'll think the duo looks like they're at a wedding. I mean, Nhlanhla and Theo look like they are getting married and the dancers are dressed as waiters. Somebody please tell the male dancer to stop chewing gum on stage. It looks disgusting. You have to admit, the two seem to know what they're doing, judging by the way they've kept it together.

n If anyone has seen Mafikizolo's performances, they'll think the duo looks like they're at a wedding. I mean, Nhlanhla and Theo look like they are getting married and the dancers are dressed as waiters. Somebody please tell the male dancer to stop chewing gum on stage. It looks disgusting. You have to admit, the two seem to know what they're doing, judging by the way they've kept it together.

nIt seems our artists are fighting a losing drug battle. I mean if these artists are doing so well for themselves and the money is great, why don't they invest in something better or build homes for their parents? The minute they start performing on a weekly basis they start thinking they are made.

Living in a rented townhouse and driving a flashy car might be cool. Sniffing substances is definitely not cool. This drug thing has to stop. Kabelo won the battle so it means it's possible. As for Mandoza, I'm not quite sure. Brickz, the latecomer, has joined the team. And now this young girl Mshoza is believed to be high on drugs and alcohol. What's up guys?

nIt's so nice to see artists draw inspiration from each other. But when Skwatta Kamp goes and copies Will Smith's Switch and manages to make it sound better one could swear it was their own song originally. Cutting and pasting songs is just not cool.

n I've been listening to the Yfm breakfast show recently and kept asking: where is Thato? It seems he's just not as enthusiastic as before. I swear there's tension in the studio; but Thato you just sit and laugh and enjoy the free salary.

nSpeaking of Yfm, Bondo must really be paying the DJs, or at least, Pabi Moloi very well. I saw her big self squashed into an Audi TT. You go girl. Lose some kilos so you can fit into the TT easily and you'll look sexy. If it's yours!

nNow that Unathi Nkayi has landed a job as a part-time presenter for Top Billing, she's also upgraded her ride to a BMW 3 series. I'm so glad she left the starter pack of buy one get one free package that every other celebrity drives. Even Dineo Ranaka has one.

nSome months later Kedibone Mkhabela is still riding her scrap car with a broken mirror. PerhapsMuvhango is just not paying her very well.

nWhat about the very gay Amstel Makwane who went on national television and during the prime time talk show lied about getting the luxury Crossfire car from his Arab fiance? Now Home Affairs owes him for a dilapidated car. Come on now guys.

nHow many more embarrassing moments must Mandoza have before he stops speaking his spinglish publicly? From announcing at the Samas that the winners were the "two twins" and recently "Lebo's death was like a dream come true". Haai Mandoza, haai.

nWhatever happened to Bonnie Mbuli? She must be doing very well for herself.

nRumour has it that the all-so-fabulous Mrs TV International, Uyanda Mbuli, hasn't paid her publicist for the work done. Now I'm not quite sure if it's for her publicity as Miss South Africa overseas or being a celeb here in Mzansi. Has anybody else received that e-mail? Please clarify.

nSpeaking of Miss South Africa. I was shocked to hear that our Miss South Africa is only 22. She actually behaves and looks 32. Maaaa babe, what's up?

nIt seems AMG records are failing to take off. I mean, what have they done since the launch of their initiative? What really is the problem there? I think the biggest mistake they made was to make Andy Magazz part of management. Can you beat that?

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