The rumour mill really drives some of our celebrities crazy, doesn’t it? Kwaito artist, Mampintsha was the talk of the town recently after a video of him dancing away made several rounds on social media. Although Mampintsha was entertaining with his dance moves, Tweeps were heavily focused on his gaunt-looking self. Many suggested that only an illness could make someone lose that much weight and end up looking like that.
In a bid to clear up the air, Mampintsha has finally addressed this hurtful rumour about his mysterious weight loss. He largely stated that he doesn’t give too much thought about other people’s opinions about him and that those people are probably going through a dark phase themselves. The rumours also baffled Mampintsha because he expressed that when he was overweight, people were bashing him, and now that he’s lost weight he is still being ridiculed for it.
In an exclusive interview with Ilnaga Langesonto, Mampintsha revealed that he is currently a size 32 and this has been his dream size for a while. He also mentioned that he has taken the healthy eating route. In addition, he says he has bought gym equipment but hasn’t started working out yet. Although he was game in talking about his weight loss, he withheld the other reasons that led to his massive weight loss.
In Other News – Kelly Khumalo knows who killed Senzo Meyiwa
Senzo Meyiwa was “mistakenly shot”, allegedly by one of the seven people present at the home of his girlfriend Kelly Khumalo, but witnesses claimed it was an imaginary robbery gone wrong in part of a cover-up which involved senior police officers, Sunday Independent can reveal.
Contrary to claims that Meyiwa was killed by armed robbers, the former Bafana Bafana and Orlando Pirates goalkeeper was “accidentally” shot when he tried to intervene in a quarrel between Khumalo’s sister, Zandi, and her boyfriend, Longwe Twala, at the singer’s mother’s home in Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni, on October 26, 2014.
Khumalo’s mother, Ntombi Gladness Khumalo, allegedly also handed Meyiwa’s phone to a neighbour. The former lead investigator in the case, Colonel Bongani Gininda, is said to have withheld a crucial statement he had received in 2017 on who murdered Meyiwa and why. A case of defeating the ends of justice was opened against him in May this year, but he was mysteriously transferred to KwaZulu-Natal before he was arrested or questioned. continue reading