UNEDITED – Fikile Mbalula Responds To Ntsiki Mazwai: B*tch You Are A Spotlight Parasite!

Miss Mazwai – sana u’wrong’o!!! Let me first congratulate you on getting attention – AT LAST! You were SPOT ON about me not knowing who you are, until someone mentioned “that attention-seeking crack-head is Thandiswa Mazwai’s sister”.

No need to pardon my “ignorance”. How am I ignorant if the entire country doesn’t even know who you are? Let me quickly #RealityCheck you: BIATCH YOU ARE NOT FAMOUS, LET ALONE TALENTED. YOU ARE NOTHING BUT A SPOTLIGHT PARASITE, SEEKING FAME THROUGH YOUR SISTER’S GLORY!!! One would swear you and Solanje Knowles were cut from the same cloth.

As a Minister, I wouldn’t normally entertain this but you have touched a topic I feel strongly about: Beyonce! Anyone with a brain would tell you: DON’T GO THERE!!!

Let me address your rather incoherent open letter. You were probably high when you wrote it, so I pardon you (…you’re welcome). You are busy calling me a Minister of Beyonce when everybody knows I’m a Minister of Selfies. In future, please do your homework before penning open letters.

You are busy saying our country is rich with talent. Do you call one-line-songs like ‘imoto etjontj’imali’ talent? South Africans glorify mediocrity and I refuse to be part of such nonsense. You get talentLESS groups like Durban Finest and Zahara being flooded with awards. Sorry madam, I will not be wasting taxpayers’ money on people who are not making any creativity effort.

I love American artists because they take their craft seriously. They invest their all in ensuring that they give us quality music. You say my beloved Beyonce is not more talented than any of our own? You must be drunk Missy! Show me one South African artist who can compete with Beyonce and I will buy you a jet (like she did for JayZ).

I will dress however I like, just like you dress however you like. Questioning my dress sense when you go around naked nobody ever said your dress sense is an invitation for prostitution. You outfits are fit for what Zulus call “seqa mgwaqo”. For your information, Beyonce does respond to my tweets from time-to-time, so I will pardon your ignorance.

You can’t blame me for your inability to pay rent when you are busy investing all your energy in attacks than self development. Instead of personal attacks, why can’t you rather come to me and we can help you develop your talent? Writing open letters and creating FAKE Fikile Mbalula accounts can’t be your hustle.

If only you were as good in music as you are in writing open letters, then people would take you seriously.

Thanks! Bye!

Regards,
Fikile ‘Razmatazz’ Mbalula
RSA Minister of Sport

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MTN Joyous Celebration to Record Latest Album in Soweto

Multi award-winning gospel group, MTN Joyous Celebration are putting final touches to their much anticipated recording of their new CD and DVD at the Grace Bible Church in Soweto, Pimville on 19-21 December 2014.

This will be first time that the multitudes of fans of MTN Joyous Celebration will be exposed to the material from the upcoming album, live on stage by the choir led by the incredibly talented musical genius that is Lindelani Mkhize with the Sunday show (21 December) broadcast live on SABC 1.

“We are very excited about the upcoming recording of MTN Joyous Celebration 19 which will see the group break new ground yet again by performing in Soweto for the first time ever. Our partnership with MTN Joyous Celebration further affirms our support for South African music and musicians and we look forward to another blockbuster event at the Grace Bible Church”, said Larry Annetts; MTN SA Chief Marketing Officer.

Having performed to sold out audiences countrywide throughout 2014 with their “One Purpose” tour, MTN Joyous Celebration are expected to draw record numbers to the recording of their 19th album with their first ever performance in Soweto.

“From our rehearsals I can safely say that our fans should prepare to be blessed, not only will with a fresh different sound but it will take them back to the very first time they fell in love with gospel music and the MTN Joyous Celebration brand” added Lindelani Mkhize co-founder of the ensemble.

Tickets are on sale and are selling out fast. Prices start at R150 and they can be booked via http://www.computicket.com or any Shoprite/Checkers outlet.

For more information and updates; join My Joyous Celebrationon Facebook and follow @joyousSA on twitter.

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