This week has been full of unusual news, what Mzansi was most interested in was a dress made of Tastic rice bags. Khaya Mthetwa's ex revealed her sons face for the first time and a lady offered R47 000 to anyone will to be a surrogate mom.
In addition, Somizi's performance at the Idols finale was amazing and Kazba de Small couldn't stop talking about Black Coffee's song.
1. Lady models designed outfit made from Tastic rice bags, Mzansi reacts
A local man recently took to his Facebook page to share pics of an unknown lady modelling in an outfit that was put together completely out of Tastic rice bags. Sarel-Lee Maribana shared the pics with an interesting and funny caption that read:
"FanTASTIC work, she is definitely ricing up to the occasion. Kaba ka tshwara ke tlala, okare nka ja rice ka nama," he wrote.
The outfit, which features a stylish off-the-shoulder top that has a unique buttoned-up design at the back, clear pants and a ruffled skirt, even features a facemask that was also made from a Tastic plastic bag.
2. Ntando Kunene: Khaya Mthetwa's ex-wife shows off son for 1st time
Ntando Kunene took to Instagram to share a photo of her son, with his face visible in the frame, for the first time.
The celebrity and ex-Miss South Africa was pictured holding her little guy on her lap while posing in front of the Christmas tree.
Followers of the star and ex-wife of Khaya Mthetwa took to the comments section to gush about how adorable her little boy is and how stunning the photo was.
3. Lady offers R47k to anyone willing to be a surrogate mum
A lady with the Twitter handle @Jacynthaekeh3 has taken to the social media platform to offer the sum of R37k to a surrogate mother who is willing to bear a child for her.
The lady rolled out conditions the prospective surrogate mother must meet. The criteria include; height above 160cm, the weight must be above 49.9kg, good looking, responsible, with blood group O positive and genotype AA.
4. .Somizi: Mzansi raves about personality's performance on Idols SA
Many were in disbelief over how well Somizi sang as he has never displayed his vocal abilities in such a way before. The performance itself was a spectacle to behold and involved Somizi floating down onto the stage wrapped in gorgeous white drapery.
He shared some photos from the performance with the caption:
“Show business is me.”
5. Kabza De Small video: Fans think musician is shading Black Coffee
A video of Kabza De Small talking about a song Black Coffee played at the Deep In the City concert in Johannesburg recently is doing the rounds on social media.
The hilarious video where Kabza describes Coffee's Afro Tech song using his voice was shared on Twitter by tweep @koketso_Math on Tuesday night, 15 December. The Amapiano producer and his crew were apparently coming from the same concert on the night the video was taken.
The clip starts with Kabza describing the Drive hitmaker's song and then moments later Black Coffee starts playing the same track that Kabza described.
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