LISTEN | From DJ Zinhle's clap back to 'Shaka iLembe' hitting the right notes — Top stories of the week
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DJ Zinhle responded to tweeps questioning her family dynamics
DJ Zinhle has had enough of social media users weighing in on her family dynamics and told naysayers to keep their opinions to themselves. She took to Twitter saying the structure they had set up was in the children's best interest.
Trevor Noah has joined us in the podcast space
Spotify announced Trevor was set to host a new original podcast on the platform later this year, where he will engage in in-depth and freewheeling conversations with some of the most influential and renowned figures around the world.
Trevor left popular talk show The Daily Show last December after seven years.
Bianca on what affected Riky's mental health
Bianca Naidoo opened up about some of the mental health struggles her late partner Riky Rick faced privately.
In a recent interview on Metro FM, Bianca said she felt external factors led to him taking his life because she and the family provided constant support to him, even during his battle with drug addiction.
Gigi Lamayne says altercation with Money Badoo on 'Love & Hip Hop' was not scripted
Viewers of the Love & Hip Hop reunion show watched as Gigi got into an argument with Money Badoo over Money's alleged “failure” to show support and be happy for other artists.
In a recent interview on DJ Fresh's WAW (What a Week) podcast she was asked if her altercation with fellow rapper Money was scripted. She said it wasn't.
Bucie back in studio amid claims she’s down and out
Bucie has her legion of fans excited after teasing about a musical comeback.
The singer stepped away from the spotlight in 2017 after 10 years in the industry, saying she wanted to focus on the artists signed under her record label and spend more time with her family.
She shared footage of her in a recording studio with Black Motion.
The Shaka iLembe series has finally premiered and it was worth the hype
The eight-part series is funded by MultiChoice and produced by Bomb Productions.
Though the show received rave reviews a producer has claimed copyright ownership.
Themba Ndaba of Teddy Bear Pictures is claiming he and his team conceived the idea for the movie King Shaka Zulu: The Warrior King in 2012 and had planned to release it five years ago but lack of funding presented a challenge.
MultiChoice dismissed the allegation that intellectual property for the Shaka iLembe series was stolen.
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