- Scoop joined The Sobering podcast and shred some lit words of wisdom
- He spoke about a whole bunch of things and gave some relevant and invaluable advice about the entertainment industry
- Peeps were a tad bleak that his ex-fiancée drama didn't come up though
Siya 'Scoop' Makhathini has finally graced the world with his words of wisdom once again. His gave his views on the reasons for his success in the entertainment industry.
The Sobering podcast gained Scoop as a host and the show got that much litter. The show is one of Mzansi’s much-loved podcasts and they couldn’t have brought on a better host than Scoop.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Scoop spoke about how he has managed to keep his career booming over all the years and remain one of the most popular and well-respected peeps in the entertainment biz.
Scoop touched on his the hip-hop collective, Boyzn Bucks, brands he’s collaborated and partnered with, the importance of creating and upholding the culture and a whole load more.
Hearing what Scoop had to say about the entertainment industry in South Africa is a lesson well learnt. After having been in the game since the early 2000s, Scoop knows a thing or two.
"I call myself a representer," he said, "'cause a presenter is really like a cardboard ship. It's fickle, but if you are representing, knowledge is key and when I worked at [the TV show] Street Journal, it was really good for me. Because Maria [McCloy] and Dzino, who ran Rage, were journalism students from Rhodes [University], and they instilled in me that you are so dope naturally, you just have to remember that journalism is what you doing. You not here to be cool, that is a bonus. But if you really wanna be dope, you must be smart."
You heard it from the main man himself, you gotta be smart to make it and ever smarter to keep making it!
One thing that unfortunately didn’t come up was Scoops ex-fiancée. The drama has been blazing and peeps were really hoping someone would bring it up. Maybe next time.
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