Unfinished business - Your icons, their humdingers 'n some loose ends
FORGIVE and forget, sure.
But there are some things that should never, ever be forgiven, or forgotten for that matter.
Like when a certain Zodwa Librahm, also known as Vuilpop, claimed to be warming Mandla Mthembu's bed while he was still married to social butterfly Khanyi Mbau.
It's surprising that no pregnancy claims were made a few weeks later.
How about the time when Khanyi's manager Malcom X served Mthembu with an interdict claiming that the then millionaire was giving him sleepless nights by allegedly threatening to cut his life short?
This was after Malcom X supposedly exposed Mthembu as a woman-basher.
It was a little sad to hear that make-up artist Nthato Mashishi's face had allegedly been rearranged by some bouncers at Club INC in Braamfontein after he and a friend asked if they could finish their drinks before leaving at closing time.
Were the suspects ever apprehended? Just curious.
What happened to the Durban salon owner who bombarded TV gospel show presenter Palesa Mocuminyane with calls and SMSes warning the beauty to lay off her man?
Was she serious?
How hilarious was it when actor Sibusiso Radebe was caught 'stealing' a sandwich from a café in Fourways?
He defended the accusation by claiming he couldn't wait another second to devour the samie and intended to pay when he was done munching.
Remember when music talent-spotter DJ Cleo fired his protégé Mavo for helping himself to his luxury perfume without his consent.
Do I hear someone say 'Prima-Donna'?
Could it be worse than the rumours spread by singer Kelly Khumalo that fellow muso DJ Cleo had gay tendencies?
But nothing could beat the comments posted by presenter Bonang Matheba on a social network site comparing Mshoza's singing voice to the sound of a hyena being strangled.
Mshoza promised to take singing lessons to calm Miss B down.
Did you ever take them, Mshoza?
Then there was the story of Tso Vilakazi's ex-wife Motshabi bedding best buddy Charity Sehlohole's man while she was having a "time-out" in the UK. The trip was apparently sponsored by the very same man!
Despite that, Charity told those who cared to listen that she still had respect for Motshabi.
Well I never!
Think back to when Primrose's younger sister Pearl Mooi went ghetto on Rosette Mogomotsi by attempting to scar her for life with a broken bottle outside Club ZAR in full view of shocked patrons.
Should I forget?