Julius Malema was a guest at another wedding and the photos went viral, then a desperate lady asked his help in saving her marriage, acting legends, Sello Maake Ka Ncube and Mara Louw, spoke out against the Fergusons, a handsome SA doctor impressed the internet with his good looks and a video of 2 women dancing with their 'blesser' sparked a frenzy online.
Julius Malema took to social media to share photos of how he and his wife spent the weekend. Juju posted several snaps of him and his wifey at a wedding.
The EFF leader wrote about having a bad day but ending it celebrating love with his wife by his side.
"We concluded our difficult Saturday on a high note. The #PottersHouse and #MorutiKoma never disappoint. #TumiWedsNunky #TumiWedsReletile #hakamatorokisi #CallStratcom," the post was captioned.
The footage sparked mixed reactions with some accusing the EFF leader of misusing VBS money to fund his lavish lifestyle.
When Vatsiwa Ndara shared that open letter to the Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, Nathi Mthethwa, few people expected it to lead to so much drama.
She explained how exploited she felt by Ferguson Films and the industry as a whole.
Now, more celebs are speaking up. Two of Mzansi's most admired and adored actors, Sello Maake Ka Ncube and Mara Louw, have joined the voices crying foul in the entertainment world, Briefly.co.za learnt.
According to Sello, who played the role of Kgosiin The Queen, he had been underpaid, as reported on by ZAlebs. He did not want to reveal too much but admitted that his departure from the show was not above board.
"The Fergusons can only be the ones who will reveal the sketchy details surrounding my exit on the show. However, I can confirm that there was something that went wrong between us but they are best suited in letting the public know of what the reasons were."
Mara Louw, who has applauded Vatiswa for revealing the ugly side of the entertainment world, spoke up about the consequences she had to face after voicing her unhappiness with the Fergusons last year.
She was removed from the show after she was told that there were no more storylines for her character. TimesLIVE reported that Mara said Vatiswa could be black-listed, just like she was.
"Since I spoke out, I have been blacklisted. I have not worked since 2017. It's a cruel industry. I have been told by a few producers that they would love to work with me but they have been told that I am impossible to work with and complain about money. I was told by another producer that he wanted to work with me but was told not to. I now live by the grace of God."
Mara insisted that she does not behave like a diva.
A woman with nothing to lose took to social media to beg Julius Malema to help save her marriage. She shared a picture of her husband and children and asked the CIC to solve her marital issues.
Social media users were amused by the pleas but also offered their advice, in true Mzansi style. Twitter user Rolene80 must have been at her wit's end when she typed and posted the tweet to the EFF leader.
"@Julius_S_Malema please help save my marriage. Please help me how to get my husband to forgive me. I did not cheat. I am out of options and need guidance leadership. Our love and marriage is unconditional. I've given so much of myself away for this. Help me"
According to her post and subsequent follow up posts, she and her husband had an argument. She admitted to hitting her husband during the disagreement and he now wants nothing to do with her.
When asked why she was asking Malema specifically for help, she responded that her husband looks up to Juju and would listen to what he says.
Mokgomotsi Derick Kibiti took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to post a photo of himself at work. Kibiti is a doctor who, according to his Facebook profile, studied at the University of the Free State before furthering his studies in Havana, Cuba.
Kibiti captioned the post:
"I chose to spend my day serving my community. #ImStaying"
Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux shared a video that shocked South Africans using the social media platform.
The influencer said he never expected to see what happens in the video - which shows two women dancing outside a parked car. Then they are joined by a singing man, who appears to be a fair bit older than they are.
The video caused waves on social media as people commented on it.
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