Megan Thee Stallion stuns in Calvin Klein underwear campaign

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Megan has really taken her self-styled “hot girl” persona to heart as she stars in Calvin Klein's latest ad campaign.

Nomzamo Mbatha is coming to America too

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It is every actor’s dream to go to America let alone to star in a Hollywood sequel of a megahit.

Gee Six Five’s debut album released two months after her death

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The star, real name Olpha Selepe, passed away in December after suffering Covid-19 complications shortly after she had shot to fame with her amapiano single Obani Labantu. The EP is titled Obani Labantu.

The Ndlovu Youth Choir thinks to itself What a wonderful world

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Famous for dazzling the America’s Got Talent judges from the ‘world’s biggest stage’ in 2019, the Ndlovu Youth Choir from the Limpopo province, has continued to engage social media on different topics that matter through their exuberant sounds.

Wear a mask, Sho Madjozi – the kids are watching

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Covid-19 has undoubtedly affected the livelihoods of everyone, including artists, but what message are our celebrities sending in a time of a global pandemic?

Homeless Felix Hlophe denies he is broke

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KZN based Gagasi FM radio breakfast host Felix Hlophe is homeless after he was allegedly kicked out of his rented home in Pinetown, Durban.

Nasty C to feature on the Ellen DeGeneres Show

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The past year has been tough for artists in the music industry unable to perform live shows but the career of Mister ‘Zulu Man With Some Power’ Nasty C has really rocketed up.

Better wear undies if you are against masks

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If you are about to be thrown out of a shop for not wearing a mask, look down for solutions.

Nasty C goes global in Black and White

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After signing with the internationally respected Def Jam Records, Nasty C’s fans have been waiting for the artist to release something that proves that he is truly international.

Megan Thee Stallion’s magazine cover sparks online debate

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Harper’s Bazaar’s latest magazine cover, which features the American rapper Megan Thee Stallion, has sparked a fierce online debate over how black women are photographed by modern publications.