- Durban-based musician DJ Tira has shared that he plans to up a chicken take-away soon
- The musician asked his social media followers to help him with a cool catchphrase for the establishment
- Mzansi social media users eagerly offered their suggestions and some of them are gold
DJ Tira is diversifying his portfolio. The music producer took to social media to share that he is opening a chicken fast-food joint and wanted some help coming up with a catchy slogan for the place.
The DJ said that the place will be called Makoya Chicken:
“New business venture. #MakoyaChicken, all I need is a pay-off line.”
Social media users flooded his mentions with their creative suggestions. Twitter user D_captain_troy said:
“If it doesn't chicki... Chicki taaa in your mouth then its not makoya... That's the slogan.”
“Chicki chicki chaaa...”
“Flame-grilled ngomlilo wase afro.”
“Makoya Chicken Umbilo? Yes I’d like to please order the Big Nuz Umlilo meal with the Bearings Shake. Please also add the the Isandla Sesthathu special.”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Tira recently took to social media to share a video of two young white boys singing along to his track called Nguwe. The boys sang in fluent isiZulu and seemed to thoroughly enjoy the song.
He captioned the video:
"We Tira ubani lo mlungu?? Dankie @mehlemamba_ngidi inkosi yabelungu."
Although social media users were impressed by the boys, they were more interested in the fact that they were wearing iziphandla - animal skin bracelets that signify that a ritual to the ancestors was done. Many were amused and confused by why the boys would be wearing the sacred arm jewellery.
Insta user nkululekomzala said:
"Once white people adapt to black lives, they just generally look black."
"Leziphandla abazifakile (they are wearing)."
In other news, Unathi Nkayi is usually bold when it comes to her hairstyles but this time she chose simplicity.
The Idols SA judge decided to rock her mother's favourite hairstyle, which is Bantu knots, and she looks beautiful in the simple African style.
Unathi took to social media to share a picture of herself and that she was now wearing her mother's favourite hairdo.
"My mom's favourite hairstyle on me. One of my dad's faves too, seeing that he cut my relaxed hair many moons ago and instructed me to never use chemicals in my hair again," she said.
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