- Ambitiouz Entertainment has revealed their plan to make their artists detox all the meat they ate in December
- The record label said that their artists would be eating cabbage the whole of January
- Social media users commented on their initiative and reacted hilariously
January is usually a tough month for South Africans. Mzansi peeps are usually recovering financially from all the money they spent during the festive season. It's a well-known joke in the country that people eat cabbage in the month of January.
South African record label Ambitiouz Entertainment has joined in on the cabbage fun. The record label made it known to their followers that their artists will be detoxing with cabbage this month.
"Our artists have been eating too much meat in December so we asked our chef to treat them with cabbage the whole January so that they can detox all the meat from December. Plus cabbage is good for the voice," said Ambitiouz on Twitter.
Mzansi social media users reacted to the post by the record label on the microblogging site. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
@KfactorSA1 said: "So cabbage is good for the voice. I didn't know this."
@SiphiweLelo commented: "I hope you're not giving that cabbage to our lion Malome Vector. He's a lion, don’t do that."
@dearmanqoba said: "Just make sure they don't put beef spice."
@ZubenathiDaca commented: "Lol. Jan-U-Worry."
@Malome_Vector said: "I told you guys. We're trying new things. #AmbitiouzTheCabbageGang"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that R&B singer Akon entered the mining industry in Congo. American-Senegalese R&B singer Akon is making some serious money moves. The singer has recently signed a deal to enter into the mining sector in Congo along with another state miner.
In the last few years, Akon has entered into various business deals and philanthropic projects in Africa. He has invested $6 billion in a futuristic city in Senegal and started a cryptocurrency called Akoin.
Congo is an African country that is rich in resources and Akon is going to be taking advantage. Congo is Africa's top producer of copper and is the leading miner of cobalt in the world.
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