This week has been full of dramatic news. A young lady melted Mzansi's heart after being filmed dancing after landing a job. Master KG responds to Nsiki Mazwai's article on Nomcebo Zikhole. A cyclist casually shows up professionals, Sicelo Buthelezi shows SK Khoza some love and Black Coffee sets Prince Kaybee straight with one tweet.
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1. Viral video shows young lady dancing in parking lot after landing job
With a pandemic causing havoc around the world, millions of people have been left unemployed. So, one young woman was understandably happy when she landed a job.
In fact, she was so happy, she started dancing in the parking lot outside the premises of her new job. Social media user, @dakara_spence, hired the woman on Wednesday and she was surprised to see the young lady's reaction after she left the building.
SA lady joins Magadi negotiations for her brother and his wife-to-be Taking to Instagram, @dakara_spence shared a video showing the young lady only walking a couple of steps before she spontaneously started dancing in the parking lot. @Dakara_spence captioned the post:
"So I just hired this young girl and this was her response."
2. Master KG responds to Ntsiki Mazwai's commentary on Nomcebo's feature
Ntsiki Mazwai has come under fire from Twitter users after suggesting that Nomcebo Zikhole should own half the song Jerusalema because of her vocal and lyrical contributions.
Master KG responded to Mazwai this week after tweeps in the comments wouldn't let go of the issue. Jerusalema has received local and international acclaim since its release, even topping charts in countries like France.
Mazwai argued the credit for the song should be split as she says she hasn't seen Nomcebo credited enough for her efforts on the track. Master KG eventually weighed in with his response.
3. Video shows man casually passing group of cyclists: Mzansi can't deal
A video showing a man casually overtaking a group of cyclists has gone viral on social media. The video starts with the group of cyclists dressed in their green and black T-shirts with black helmets cycling on a road. Before you know it, a man in a blue shirt with a white helmet quickly comes up behind them.
The man then veers to the right of the group and overtakes them. The video seems to have been filmed by a passenger in a car travelling behind them.
The video was uploaded to Twitter by @ThusoMpuangOLY yesterday and has over 40 000 views on the app. The 16-second clip has also garnered hundreds of replies from Mzansi tweeps who found the incident hilarious.
4. Gomora actor Sicelo Buthelezi shows The Queen's SK Khoza some love
Gomora actor Sicelo Buthelezi recently won the Outstanding Newcomer award at the Royalty Soapie Awards. When the newcomer on the Mzansi TV scene bagged the award, The Queen actor Sthembiso 'SK' Khoza was the first one to congratulate him.
SK gave Sicelo a solid and warm hug after he collected his award on the night. SK also bagged the Outstanding Supporting Actor award at the ceremony. Mzansi comedian Mpho Popps also congratulated Sicelo on the day.
Instagram To show appreciation to the two celebs for welcoming him with warm arms in the industry, Sicelo took to Instagram to share pics he took during the ceremony with the two stars. He captioned his post:
"Ngiyabonga bafowethu (Thank you my brothers)."
5. Eish: Black Coffee 'knocks out' Prince Kaybee with single tweet
Another day, another controversy for Prince Kaybee. The Mzansi musician is known to be very opinionated on social media and often treads on toes while doing so. He recently made a comment that rubbed Black Coffee up the wrong way. Unfortunately for Prince Kaybee, Black Coffee had some time on his hands.
Prince Kaybee has taken to Twitter to share that he believed he was underrated. When a social media user asked him if he was bigger than Black Coffee, Prince Kaybee said that he was.
Of course, social media users had mixed reactions to the post but it was Black Coffee's response that sealed Prince Kaybee's fate.
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