- TV and radio host Masechaba Ndlovu shares some surprising news with her followers this week, telling them to look out for some music from her
- The media personality's new career venture caused a bit of a tiff on the internet as followers digested the decision to wear a different hat
- While others shut Masechaba down, some netizens called out the "negative Nellies" for supporting every celebrity except for those in Mzansi
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Masechaba Ndlovu is one of the most talked-about celebs in Mzansi today. The well-known presenter shared that she'll be following her passion and adding 'musician' to her list of talents.
Masechaba Ndlovu is following her dreams of becoming a musician. The radio personality has teamed up with The Rand Lordz to put out her first single.
ZAlebs reports that not many fans were super supportive of Masechaba's announcement. After hearing the news that the celeb has been working on making music, many felt the music biz could do without her.
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"She is singing now wow, being a celeb in SA is nice you can do just about everything shame."
"She was/is the spokesperson of Minister of Arts and Culture weeeeeeehh! Maybe she saw a gap. She must know with that hairstyle we expect a banger."
"One thing about South Africans, we are quick to mock our own for the same things we celebrate in foreigners. Here, if you black, don’t be anything, don’t do anything … beyond what your people peg you as. Sad."
Woman aiming for 'Masechaba Ndlovu look' gets disappointed, SA floored: "Nawe you paid?"
Briefly News reported that a local woman is the butt of the joke on Mzansi Twitter after she was let down by a hairstylist who failed to see her vision of what, or rather, who she wanted to look like.
Deciding to go to the only place she thought could offer her a level of comfort, the woman headed to Twitter, where, against all hope, she was in for a rude awakening. It all started when the user, @ZanKulati, shared images of the vision she had versus the result she got.
If there was ever any deception in the caption, it would have been quickly uncovered. Fortunately, for Saffas, the camera cannot lie, and in the case of the woman at the centre of the mess – well, she would've been hoping the opposite was true.
Source: Briefly News