Weekly Wrap: Home dedicated to Gogo, Big Zulu responds and BMW drama

Weekly Wrap: Home dedicated to Gogo, Big Zulu responds and BMW drama

This week has been one filled with festive cheer and Christmas wishes. An actress dedicated a newly built beautiful home to her gogo. Big Zulu responds to Somizi's public diss of his new track and a BMW gets stuck in some serious mud.

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Master KG flexed his luxury car collection and Somizi and Mohale spread the Christmas cheer with their delightful Christmas outfits.

1. Mzansi actress builds beautiful new home, dedicates it to late Gogo

Another beautiful house has been built in South Africa, this time the builder is, @asamngqithi. The beautiful Mzansi actress recently took to Twitter to share that she had just built the stunning property.

In the caption of the post, she also explains that the house is a dedication to her late grandmother who had passed away before she could see the beautiful home completely built and ready to be moved into.

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"To my late grandmother. MaGamedze nosilo gele mbewu engena khoba enekhoba ifuze kulonina this is for you wandikhulisa mbhem. Hope you happy shlobo Sam. Thank you," she sweetly captioned the post.

Home dedicated to gogo
A SA lady built a beautiful home in memory of her granny. Images: @asamngqithi
Source: Twitter

2. Big Zulu responds to Somizi Mhlongo's criticism of Imali Eningi

Somizi has recently expressed that he is not a big fan of Big Zulu's hit summer jam Imali Eningi. Somgaga publicly declared his thoughts on the song while he was hosting the KZN Entertainment Awards last week.

Big Zulu told the Daily Sun that he would be addressing Somizi on the matter when he sees him in the flesh. Mzansi is absolutely loving the jam and the song received 3 million views on YouTube in just 3 weeks.

Somizi's reasoning for not liking Big Zulu's song was that he feels that he cannot relate to the song as well as other South Africans do. He even said that he would not even take part in the viral #DuduzaneChallenge.

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3. Muddy roads show BMW driver flames: "Haibo what were you trying"

Images of a BMW stuck in some severe mud have been making their rounds on social media. Bongiwe Malunga (@BIndlovukazi on Twitter) is one of many people that have shared the images online.

Bongiwe captioned the images: "So this happened." When @SithembisoDub11 asked who the driver was, Bongiwe stated that she does not know the person. The images have already gained over 3 000 likes on the microblogging app.

Some South African tweeps are in Bongiwe's replies section questioning how the person thought they would make it through such an insane amount of mud. Other tweeps are offering advice and ideas of what other vehicles could've made it through.

4. Master KG leaves Mzansi impressed with stunning luxury car collection

That Jerusalema money is long if Master KG’s recent Twitter post is anything to go by. The music producer recently left jaws on the floor when he shared a picture of his luxury car collection.

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In the collection, the muso has a Ferrari, a Porsche and what looks like a Mercedes Vito. The total worth of all vehicles is almost R10 million!

Sharing the post online, Master captioned it:

“Young King!!! Wanitwa Mos!!”

5. Somizi and Mohale share some festive summer snaps: "Merry merry"

Social media was awash with posts of celebrities sharing their Christmas cheer and usually, they are subdued and classy snaps.

Somizi Mhlongo and Mohale Motaung have opted to show how Mzansi celebrates Christmas in summer, with floral shirts, shorts and sandals.

In a series of pictures, the couple appeared very happy with each other as they pose in various places. Their outfits were really fire though, especially those floral shirts, so festive!

The delightful snap soon did its rounds on social media with thousands of people reacting to the post.

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