- Malusi Gigaba is expected to share his side of the story on AKA's The Braai Show this Thursday
- Malusi Gigaba was fired as the Minister of Finance in 2018 and also made headlines when his sex tape leaked
- Social media users told AKA they can't wait to hear the controversial politician's side of the story
AKA has announced that former Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is his next guest on The Braai Show. The rapper-turned TV host took to Instagram on Wednesday, 23 December to share that the controversial politician will be his next guest on his SABC 1 show on Thursday, 24 December.
Gigaba, who has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons in the past, is expected to share his side of the story on the popular show. AKA shared a snippet of his interview with Gigaba on Instagram. The musician captioned his post:
"This Thursday tune into @mzansi_fosho at 19:30 as we grill (you see what I did there) one of the sharpest minds I’ve ever had on #TheBraaiShowWithAKA ... @malusi_gigaba Don’t miss it!!!"
In the clip that Supa Mega posted, they talk about Gigaba's leaked sex tape and his political career. On 27 February, 2018 Gigaba was sacked from his position of Minister of Finance. Gigaba told AKA:
"I think the most challenging was the Minister of Finance because I was the most hated there."
Instagram users have shared mixed reactions to AKA's post. Check out some of their comments below:
"Appointment set, we on."
"I'll definitely tune in."
"Lol Malusi... you were one of the most useless ministers in history."
"Lol can't belive Kienan asked him about his nude video."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Trevor Noah has taken to social media to poke fun at Covid-19 regulations in Africa. The South African-born comedian took to The Daily Show's Twitter account to share with Americans how life under the pandemic has become for Africans.
The TV host showed his American audience how South African police deal with people who do not wear masks amid the pandemic. In the clip Trevor posted this week, the star also told his fans about the story of Rwandans who broke the curfew or who were caught not wearing a mask.
The Rwandans told how they were sent to stadiums for long overnight lectures about the dangers of the coronavirus. Noah captioned his video:
"Africa does NOT mess around with Covid safety. People are getting publicly roasted and sent to coronavirus lectures when they don't comply."
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