Wives with Knives: Norma Gigaba Edition | The Tea
Written by Botlhale Satsha on 3rd Aug 2020
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Wives with Knives: Gigaba edition
Norma Gigaba was arrested on Friday by the Hawks following her alleged involvement in a conspiracy to have Malusi killed! Not forgetting that just last week Norma had allegedly vandalised a G-Wagon lent to Malusi by one of his acquaintances.
The pair initially opened a case against Norma 2 prior, although her recent arrest apparently has nothing to do with the petty charges.
The hawks said they’ve been investigating Norma since June and felt they had enough evidence to arrest her. She was released on R5 000 bail on Saturday.
Being Bonang 2.0
‘A Very Bonang Year’ was mostly a hit as it aired on SABC 1 on Saturday evening. The two-part doccie style reality show follows Bonang Dorothy Matheba as she lives her best life all over the world.
Many said the show was basically Matheba’s Instagram stories on TV, while others said that her ‘Being Bonang’ reality show already covered the same content so it was a complete waste of time.
Be that as it may… Data is expensive, so those who weren’t able to catch the first edition, now can.
Ellen not so generous
Ellen DeGeneres, who usually signs off her show with the phrase ‘Be kind,’ is being slammed for her hypocrisy. The Ellen table initially started shaking after a guest shared her awful experience on the show. It later gained traction after many shared similar horrific experiences on her show!
It was later mentioned by staff that Ellen was hostile and no one was to ever speak to her if they saw her at the studios. Staff also alleged that senior producers had sexually harassed them.
Ellen finally broke her silence saying that she’s deeply saddened and shocked by the allegations and vowed to do better. An insider cried fowl saying Ellen had known of these actions.
TRENDING: Black is king
Beyoncés ‘Black is King’ visual album debuted on Saturday and dominated the internet trends well into Sunday… Thanks to MNet for opening up the channel to compact users. The musical film celebrates African culture with many of your SA’s faves such as Nandi Madida, Moonchild and Busiswa making an appearance.
For the most part the film was well received, while some Africans felt that Beyoncé steered too close to the stereotypical notion of what it means to be African. Many said that the wakanda-esque theatrics were a bit too much and that we’re really just a bunch of normal people who go to malls and watch Netflix.