Weekly wrap: Home-made bakkie wows, TK Nciza dubs Uyajola 9/9 fake

Weekly wrap: Home-made bakkie wows, TK Nciza dubs Uyajola 9/9 fake

South Africa was blown away by a man's home-made bakkie created from scrap material. Cassper was accused of bias after granting Zozi's sister a pass on Idols SA. TK Nciza claims that Uyajola 9/9 is as fake as the love between the show's jilted couples.

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Mzansi was impressed by an enterprising man who built himself a bakkie out of repurposed materials.

TK Nciza revealed online that he suspects the hugely popular Moja Love show, Uyajola 9/9, is fake.

Briefly.co.za explores the hottest stories from the past week in SA:

1. Man builds his own bakkie using metal wire, wows SA: "Amazing"

Social media user, Proph Ngobeni, shared with Facebook users why he decided to stay in Mzansi.

Ngobeni revealed the level of creativity in the country is something that inspires him.

He posted photos and footage on the #ImStaying and captioned it: "I'm staying because there is so much creativity in this country"

The images show a man with his home-made vehicle, a bakkie made from scrap materials, second-hand tyres and other spare parts he got his hands on.

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Mzansi was impressed with the man's home-made bakkie. Image: Facebook- Proph Ngobeni
Source: Facebook

2. TK Nciza says that he believes Jub Jub's 'Uyajola 9/9' is fake

TK Nciza has come out and let viewers know that he suspects the hugely popular Moja Love show, Uyajola 9/9, is fake.

TK did this after peeps complained about a man being man-handled by the show's security personnel.

A viewer called Jabu Mahlangu posted the video on his Instagram page.

He wrote, "I did ask last week, 'Is this allowed in SA?' How would you feel if one of your family members was man-handled like this?"

Many other viewers echoed Jabu's sentiments. They called out the show for perpetuating violence and invading people's privacy.

It was at this point that TK let the cat out of the bag and announced that the show is fake.

“This show is fake. Never. Even the vulnerable have family who can protect them. It’s acting, all of this. Generally, we can’t allow such violent conduct. It’s very wrong,” he said.

3. Cassper Nyovest accused of bias as Zozi’s sister take on Idols SA

Idols SA Season 16 started on Sunday evening and Cassper Nyovest made his debut as the first celebrity guest judge.

Cass made a judgement on Zozibini's sister that had peeps screaming bias. The coronavirus put Idols SA on hold for a while but fans are glad to see that it is back. Seeing all the bloopers is one of fans' favourite parts of the show.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Cassper’s first time judging on Idols SA went a little sideways when his alleged crushes sister appeared in front of him – the people of Mzansi are convinced Cass has a thing for Zozi.

Zozi’s younger sister Sibabalwe came to try her luck at Idols and managed to wow the judges just enough to get her Golden Ticket.

While Sibabalwe has a sweet voice, viewers didn’t feel it was enough. Taking to social media to discuss the matter, some felt she only got the Golden Ticket because of her famous surname and because Cassper was trying to score some brownie points with Zozi.

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a desperate dad was left suffering in hilarious fashion when his daughter hid her car keys from him recently.

The daughter, Nani Wonga, filmed her dad's entire ordeal and posted it to Twitter. Nani said that her dad has a habit of sneaking out to drink from the whiskey bottle that she keeps in her car. So, she decided to prank him by hiding her car keys.

Nani wrote, "My dad has been secretly drinking whiskey out of my car's boot (and) then (denying) it. (I) caught him red-handed yesterday, without him knowing, and hid my car keys. He's been frantically looking for them, but doesn't want to say why. Akasagowi (He's really suffering)."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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