- MacG has responded to how his controversial podcast affects his personal life and career outside of the podcast
- The Podcast and Chill with MacG host and his co-host Sol Phenduka took some questions from their fans in the latest episode of the show
- MacG said they don't try to be controversial like other Mzansi podcasters but they strive to be "honest" in their discussions
MacG and his co-presenter Sol Phenduka have one of the most controversial podcast in Mzansi. Podcast and Chill with MacG trends for all the wrong reasons almost every time they drop a new episode online.
In a recent episode, MacG and his crew were live at Something Sosha where they hanged out with some of their fans known as the chillers.
The chillers asked MacG and Sol some questions about the podcast and their personal lives. One of the fans asked them about how their alleged controversial personalities on the show affect their careers outside of the podcast.
MacG said they don't just wake up in the morning and decide to be controversial on the programme. He said they simply just share their views on the matters they discuss on the podcast. He denied that they are other Mzansi podcasters who strive on controversy to remain relevant.
"What we strive to do is be as honest as we can be at all times and if people take it as controversy then so be it," he said.
"Selective" cancel culture
In related news, Briefly News reported that MacG criticised celebrities who practice "selective" cancel culture. The host of Podcast and Chill with MacG came out guns blazing in his latest episode posted on YouTube recently.
The star called out activists, especially Mzansi celebs, who cancel people who are not close to them but keep quiet when other celebs within their circle are being dragged on social media.
MacG and his crew were called out by celebs such as Thando Thabethe and Rami Chuene when they were dragged for making insensitive jokes about the LGBTQI+ community.
"These celebrities jump on because they just wanna trend and jump on whatever outrage is happening at the time."
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