THE TONGUE DANCE
I’m not sure if Dj Khenzo is aware of what he does to people during his shows. Shaya was among hundreds of people who attended the Interbanks after party last Saturday at Duma FM grounds where the skillful DJ was playing. Most pictures captured of the house music crazy revelers showed them sticking their tongues out. I feel sorry for the poor tongues having to endure such harsh conditions outside the warm conditions of the mouth. Could this be a new dance style in the country?
SNAX CRY FOUL
Local artist Snax has told Yours Truly songs on his album Most Wanted are not his, but his efforts to try and rectify the mistake with the local studio that cut the CDs have hit a snag.
“I have already sold a couple of CDs and my manager made me aware of this after listening to the CD. The songs are not mine. There was a mix-up ……blaah-blah-blah and you can call 72558726 if you want a refund or original CD,” he said.
Well this sound corny don’t you think?
A certain Mbiganye Bogobe thinks he is the next trendsetter in the hairstyle. The 34 year old Water Utilities Corporation employee believes his hairstyle will soon take Botswana by storm and ultimately the entire universe. So confident is Bogobe about his hairstyle that he does not shy away from bragging about it. You be the judge.
ZEN STILL THE REAL DEAL
Hate her or love her, there is no denying that Zenzele Hirschfield has made her mark as a promoter. Dismissed in her early years as a pretender in a male dominated industry, she made her detractors eat humble pie and managed to bring some of the biggest names in the countries.
“Zen is here to stay and stronger than ever. I do not care what my detractors say,” she told Yours Truly.
To prove her point she said in conjunction with Millenium Jazz Restaurant she managed to bring Johnny Mokhali and Steve Kekana to the famous jazz joint.
“Next weekend I’m bringing Ringo, for his first appearance at Millennium jazz,” she said.