ONEAL’S FAMOUS PACKAGE
He gave increasing his fan base as one of the reasons he decided to enter this year’s Big Brother.
Oneal has been granted his wish.
The RB2 midday host’s bath time pictures and video have been circulating on social media networks of recent.
The video on YouTube had 301 views on Monday at around 2pm.
Comments on Facebook especially from females suggest that the fitness fanatic is a gifted man.
Only one lady was not happy with the package choosing to comment, “This is a disappointment.”
Shaya would like to advise the lady in question to view the video again alone in her room.
FIGHT OVER MARRIED MAN
Shapa!! Means “beat” and usually this is a slogan used by BMD members which Shaya has always been wondering as to what they are really trying to communicate.
It however came to light this past weekend that the BMD members really mean it when they say “Shapa!”
A senior official within the party exchanged few blows with a BDP member at a braii session they had organized in Tlokweng.
Shaya has reliable been informed that the two ladies were quarreling over a married man.
Had it not being of the Tlokweng police officers who came to rescue, the former Tsholetsa House employee would be in ICU right now.
Why fight for a married man when there are a lot of political bachelors out there. Siiess!
TOO MANY HOES N’ BROS
Amantle Montsho is scared of being in a relationship, simply because there are too many hoes and bros trying to ruin that sh*t for her.
The Botswana National Sports Council Sports Woman of the year award winner posted on her Facebook wall on Monday afternoon.
The post did not go down well with former radio personality Machin Dj Shakes The Mix Mothibale.
He responded by condemning the sprinter for using foul language to get her point across.
I AM NOT PREGNANT- JUBY PEACOCK
Former Miss Botswana Juby peacock’s bulge is nothing but a tummy full of food.
After Shaya speculated that Peacock might be spotting a baby bump, Ms Peacock responded with the letter below.
“I am not of the habit of responding to newspapers articles.
But I am afraid if I do not respond to The Voice article of May 31, 2013 where I am featured in the famous gossip Chilling Out section, I may be seen to be accepting the contents as true and thereby misleading the nation.
The picture was taken at a Lethafula event in Maun the previous weekend, with me enjoying a joke with some friends, very relaxed and not well poised.
After reading the publication I realized what prompted the journalist to take the picture was the curiosity that my tummy was somewhat “suspicious” quoting from his/her words.
The article was not offensive as I do not find being an adult falling pregnant an insult or defamatory.
However, the impression that was created in the minds of the readers was that I am pregnant, which is not true.
I can conclusively say I have never been and I am not pregnant.
I therefore would like to clear the air before the joy of me growing the Miss Botswana family intensifies or before the disappointments escalate of people, especially young girls, who see me as a role model and a champion of children being born in marriage.
I am not saying as a person I am so perfect I am immune to pre-marital pregnancy.
However, as long as I am trying to live by certain principles it is not fair that I should be answerable to even mere fabrications.
I therefore would like you to publish this reaction as failure to do so may lead to those who genuinely believed your story to ask themselves questions regarding what happened to the “imaginary baby” when the time for a normal pregnancy lapses.
I won’t fault them for thinking I aborted.
THROWN TO THE LIONS
The Lions Club motto ‘We Serve’ does not it seems apply to journalists some of whom were unceremoniously ordered out of a dinner event in Francistown last Saturday.
Word from colleagues in the Ghetto has it that several members of the private and government press attending the event in their official capacity were told, “This is not a free for all party,” and asked to leave.
Even those that were allowed to stay remained empty plated until one embarrassed official offered them food after realizing that it wouldn’t look good in front of the guest speaker, Minister of Transport and Communications Nonofo Molefhe,
Perhaps aware of the confrontation the Minister when giving his keynote address urged the Lions Club to always engage the media in their day-to-day activities for the sake of exposure.
Perhaps that is a message the Minister could also pass onto some of his own not so media friendly colleagues.