- Slik Talk announced his return to the streets with a sizzling take on Minnie Dlamini's recent divorce announcement
- The loose-lipped YouTuber held nothing back as he waged a brutal assault on Minnie and several other local celebrities
- Kaizer Chiefs' netminder Itu Khune was not too far out of reach, as Slik Talk also sent an honorary mention his way
- Mzansi was in all sorts of disarray as vocal locals took turns reacting to and having a laugh over the punctuated rant
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Slik Talk has been laying low since his humiliating defeat to rapper Cassper Nyovest in their #FameVSClout boxing match in December. That is until the news of media personality Minnie Dlamini's divorce.
The controversial YouTuber appears to have had bones to pick with Minnie for some time. But after waiting for almost two months for the fire in his belly to be returned, Slik seems to have found his voice.
The video of his latest rant spread like wildfire on social media. The material was viewed at least 70 000 times at the time of publication after a Twitter user, @ThisIsColbert, shared it shortly after it was published on Slik's channel.
In part, the caption read:
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"Slik Talk is back... Khune caught strays."
Shortly after Minnie announced on Instagram that she and her husband Quinton Jones were splitting after more than four years of marriage, Slik Talk was behind the desk preparing his newest video in which he takes some heavy digs at the media personality.
Couldn't stand test of time
Recalling that he had been cast into the deep abyss of silence, he shrugged off the nervous excitement and began laying into her. He rambled on about the short life span of her marriage and said it was doomed for failure.
"I want to talk about how Minnie Dlamini divorces a simp and secures the bag. Minnie Dlamini, everybody and their mother knew that you were not gonna last in that marriage.
"You have the qualities of a returned soldier. Minnie um'dlalile (you played him). That's what happened. You secured the bag, and you finessed the guy. See, you bet on the wrong horse. This man is the perfect guy on paper."
Slik Talk continues by describing Quinton's attributes, saying he has money, is light-skinned and is six feet tall. He then describes Minnie as a former "it girl" before turning his attention elsewhere, taking shots at Bonang and Pearl Thusi by putting them on the same bandwagon.
Khune takes some flack
"He couldn't give you the one requirement that you crave the most – attention, relevance and notoriety. He could not meet that requirement. This man is a shy beta male who doesn't have the b*lls to speak on camera. Let's be factual. He does not have the b*lls to speak on camera."
Kaizer Chiefs goalkeeper Itumelang Khune – who paid lobola for Minnie several years ago – was also not spared as he unwittingly found himself in the cauldron of fire. Here, Slik Talk incessantly went on about how the soccer player, and even Cassper, would be less than interested in her romantically.
"Minnie Dlamini, your stock is at an all-time low. I tell you right now, Cassper Nyovest is not checking like that anymore. Khune, who's about to be broke, he's not checking for [you] anymore. So, where to from here?"
Mzansians were never ready
Saffas pulled out excerpts of the YouTuber's rant, saying those shots struck a chord with them the most. Many others, still, simply wondered "what had happened to the R100k" he bagged after his fight with Mufasa.
Whatever it was, Briefly News hones in on the colourful, hilarious and, at times, frivolous reactions to the video below.
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"Not Slik saying Khune is on his way to being broke."
"'Minnie Dlamini divorces a simp and secures the bag'. I felt that. No journalist can top this headline. Disclaimer: I am not in support of Slik Talk's comments."
"The boy still got it. I can tell that R100K is finished and the hunger is back."
Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones split
Elsewhere, Briefly News recently reported that Dlamini and Quinton Jones have decided to go their separate ways, bringing their wedded bliss to an end more than four years after they exchanged their vows.
The couple, who share a young son, exchanged their vows in a colourful wedding celebration in July 2017 before later treating Mzansi to the opulent affair in a televised three-part series titled: Becoming Mrs Jones, News24 reported.
Now, with the dust settling amid the fanfare of Valentine's Day, the pair released a joint statement announcing their split on Tuesday afternoon. Minnie shared the news on her Instagram account.
"In the past two years, our family has endured tremendous happiness and heartbreaking loss. Despite the challenges, we found solace in the knowledge that we had one another," said Minnie in part.
Source: Briefly News