These past days have been something else. While we were still trying to come to terms with #ORTamboRobbery we heard that an innocent baby had gone missing during a hijacking. People united on social media and #HelpFindDurbanBaby trended the whole of Saturday.
Yesterday morning the baby story took another route. People went from being happy that the baby was found to cussing out the mother after it was reported that she and her boyfriend were involved in the kidnapping. So this woman was in a polygamous marriage, had a boyfriend who she staged the hijacking with? Way too much! We live in a sick world.
The story that got me sad and all emotional is that of actress Shoki Sebotsane. Shoki had an interview with Drum Magazine and revealed shocking stuff about her marriage to Actor, Sello Sebotsane. She told the magazine that she is now out of that marriage because Sello used to abuse her.
When I read this nje I was picturing a tiny defenseless Shoki with this giant sitting on her lap and choking her. That part about chicken and bones?? OMG!! How petty and heartless can someone be? Their kids need counseling shem. They can’t grow up with those visions.
Sello is a big man bantu. It’s a miracle Shoki made it out alive. This is too much. I am happy that she finally took the step. What I respect about her story is that she takes responsibility for the decisions she made and the part she played in the failed marriage, i.e choosing to stay this long allowing the abuse to carry on. With that said, never ever take blame for someone abusing you. That is on them and has nothing to do with you.
According to Sunday Sun, Pepsi and Machere Pokane are having serious marital problems. The paper says Machere told other people that yena no Pepsi are separated but Pepsi denies that. Apparently Machere is always travelling alone or in the presence of her kids. Yazi sad love stories are depressing.
Remember the Ambitiouz vs Artist drama not so long ago? Well, apparently the record label sent letters to radio stations and TV channels instructing them to stop playing Fifi Cooper, A-Recee and B3nchMarQ’s music that was released under the record label. This is due to the fact that these artists are no longer signed to the record label and there are legal battles involved between the artists and the record label. This record label is very ambitious. How are they going to stop the artists’ music from being played? Even the companies that were told to stop playing the music are saying they will not stop because they are about the artists and not record labels. YFM Programmes Manager, Tshepo Pule said; ‘We are not in the business of pulling out songs, we are in the business of playing music.’ Lol
Last week we were ‘dealing’ with Minister Bathabile Dlamini, and this week it’s another one, Commissions Minister Faith Muthambi. Bathi uMinister was advised that she didn’t meet the requirements for the Journalism Masters at Tshwane University of Technology but she played Ray Charles to what she was told and has been attending classes even though she’s not registered. LMOA!! This pure comedy stru.
Yazi our Ministers are all kinds of special. This is the same person who asked people to guess the lifetime achievement winners at the Metro Awards a couple of weeks ago right? Mayivalwe!
What else has been going on? Let’s catch up!! 🙂