Weekly wrap: Pearl was proud of Thando, petrol attendant melted hearts

Weekly wrap: Pearl was proud of Thando, petrol attendant melted hearts

This week's highlights: Pearl Thusi was so proud of her daughter she had to embarrass her, a petrol attendant showed real Ubuntu, the Men's Conference called for an urgent meeting to discuss Jub Jub, DJ Zinhle's fashion sense was questioned and a fake news story was exposed.

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1. Pearl Thusi goes full ‘embarrassing mom’ at Thando’s awards ceremony

Yus, Pearl Thusi is such a typical momma bear. The beautiful and strong entertainment star recently attended her daughter, Thando’s awards ceremony at school and did the typical mom thing; screamed and shouted in pride.

There is no denying that Pearl is an absolutely fantastic mother. No matter how busy her life is, Pearl manages to be there for every special moment. Pearl took ‘embarrassing mom’ to the next level.

Poor Thando begged her to just play it cool, but Pearl could not hold it back.

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2. Petrol attendant pays for woman's fuel so she can return home safely

Nkhosikho is a petrol attendant at a filling station on the N2 on the route to Cape Town. Monet van Deventer pulled in to get some petrol when she realised she didn’t have her bank card or money to pay.

She said that before she asked for her car to be filled, she had a feeling that she had forgotten her bank card at home. "While I was looking for my card, a conscientious young man began to clean my windows. After the search, I told him I couldn’t find my card and unfortunately wouldn’t be able to pay for petrol.”

What happened next was almost unbelievable. He said: “You can’t run out of petrol on the N2. I’ll give you R100, and then you can just bring back my R100 whenever you’re here again.”

Without waiting for an answer, he started filling the car with R100 worth of petrol and paid for it. Read more:

Weekly wrap: Pearl was proud of Thando, petrol attendant melted hearts

Nkhosikho and Monet. (Source: Facebook/Monet.van.Deventer Source: Facebook)
Source: Facebook

3. Men's Conference calls for urgent meeting to discuss Jub Jub's actions

Ever since Uyajola aired, it has been trending non-stop and South Africans seem to be talking about it all the time.

The episodes were very dramatic (some would say was very juicy too) and it even changed the way people look at atchar.

Despite its popularity, not everyone is impressed with the show and its host, Jub Jub. In fact, some men are so upset with the musician for exposing cheaters that they are calling for an urgent Men's Conference.

ZAlebs reported that the men on Twitter were very unhappy with Jub Jub and there was even a 'press statement' released to make sure other men see the date and venue for the planned Men's Conference. 1 to 2 June - Capital Inn, Pretoria.

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4. DJ Zinhle’s questionable outfit starts a social media fashion war

There is no denying that DJ Zinhle is one flame of a momma bear that has a killer fashion sense. Not so long ago, she was trending and this time it was not because of AKA. Zinhle was not crowned the most stylish performer for nothing.

This mogul takes fashion risks and she always manages to pull them off. One of Zinhle’s risky outfits took social media by storm.

Social media users had different opinions and a fashion battle broke out.

5. Real or fake - Did a woman birth 17 baby boys over 29 hours?

A social media post was shared about a mother who supposedly gave birth to 17 babies - meaning she held the world record for the most babies in one pregnancy.

The post was accompanied by several photos - one of which showed a lady with a large pregnant belly and another showed the 17 baby boys playing in a living room while the mom appeared to be passed out in the middle.

However, Briefly.co.za gathered that the story was fake news. For more info, check out the story for yourself.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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