Weekly wrap: #JohnVuliGate girls disappoint, Miss SA gets new digs and Jub Jub snubbed

Weekly wrap: #JohnVuliGate girls disappoint, Miss SA gets new digs and Jub Jub snubbed

This week has been full of ups and downs, with some news that has left some people unsatisfied such the #JohnVuliGate girls who didn't live up to the hype. Miss SA Shudufhadzo Musida moved into her new home in Sandton and Samthing Soweto refuses to work with Jub Jub.

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In addition, Lerato Kganyago left a cryptic post of Kabza De Small's Instagram post which people scratching their heads and finally Boity Thulo's ancestral name has left Mzansi confused.

1. Girls from the viral #JohnVuliGate challenge leave Mzansi disappointed

The ladies from the viral Vuli Gate Challenge seem to be getting the short end of the stick when it comes to impressing locals. This after they were invited to Idols to remake their viral dance moves on the show.

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The girls received instant fame after the video started circulating on social media. Soon they became very sought after, even creating a hefty priceless to show up at Mzansi's most popular events and shows.

Their most recent appearance was on under the bright lights of the Idols SA stage. While they had the opportunity to shine, Mzanians were left disappointed and unconvinced by what they had to offer.

2. Miss SA, Shudufhadzo Musida moves into her lush new Sandton apartment

South Africa's beauty Shudufhadzo Musida just moved into her new home in Sandton. She will be staying in the beautiful fully furnished apartment for one whole year. The Central Square apartments in the Northern area of Johannesburg range between a whopping R4.2 and R21 million.

The new Miss SA also got R1million in cash as part of her prize along with R2million worth of clothes and beauty products. Not to mention all the love and support she is receiving from her adoring South African fans.

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Taking to Instagram, the official Miss SA page welcomed Shudu into her beautiful new home.

"Cheers to all the memories that you will create in this beautiful home," they wrote in the heartwarming Instagram post.

3. Ndikhokhele Remix: Samthing Soweto refused to work with Jub Jub

The Ndikhokhele Remix by Jub Jub and various artists has been trending for over 24 hours in Mzansi. Many have agreed that the track is perfect. Others, however, are wondering why Jub Jub didn't feature Samthing Soweto, who is one of the hottest local talents at the moment. It seems Jub Jub tried but the singer declined to work with him.

Answering a fan on Instagram, Jub Jub revealed that he approached Samthing Soweto, but was rejected.

Instagram user seipenoreeditse said:

"Please include Samthing Soweto, please please!"

To which Jub Jub responded:

"I tried but he didn't want to work with me."

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Ndikhokhele Remix: Samthing Soweto reportedly refused to work with Jub Jub
Jub Jub said that Samthing Soweto refused to work with him. Image: @officialjubjub/Instagram
Source: Instagram

4. Kabza De Small: Lerato Kganyago leaves cryptic message on producer's post

Kabza De Small is one of the most talented musicians in Mzansi. This also makes him one the most eligible bachelors in the country right now. Unlike his boss Maphorisa, Kabza has kept his love life rather private.

However, a cryptic post by Lerato Kganyago has left social media users curious.

Kabza took to Instagram to post an innocent picture of himself having a sip of water. His followers had the usual praise for him in the comments section but it was Lerato Kganyago's post that drew attention. The media personality commented on the pic with:

"Motho ka motho..."

5. Boity's ancestral name leaves SA confused: "I thought you're Tswana"

Boity Thulo's ancestral name has left Mzansi confused. The rapper recently took to twitter to share her official ancestral name.

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The media personality revealed that tweeps can now call her Gogo Nomakhwezi. Boity tweeted on Sunday, 1 November:

"You can officially refer to me as Gogo Nomakhwezi. Thokozani."

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