Kwaito star, Mampintsha Shimora, took to social media hinting at bringing the Carters to South Africa – He spoke in a video about which artists he should book for his Homecoming event, and toyed with the idea that Beyonce and Jay-Z would be perfect. Fans laughed at the idea, but also threw around other US stars names as alternate suggestions.
Mzansi kwaito star, Mampintsha Shimora, took to social media to post a video, where he was talking about which artistes he should book at his Homecoming event. Mampinstha repeatedly mentioned that he was considering booking the famous Carters – Beyonce and Jay-Z, American’s talented music couple.
He captioned the video: “Mampintsha’s Homecoming details dropping Soon #westinkrecords ❤️
According to ZAlebs, a few years ago, the then minister of sports and recreation, Fikile Mbalula, spoke about securing a booking for the much-loved Grammy award-winning singer, Beyonce Knowles-Carter for their sports awards. However, his plans didn’t pan out after many believed that bringing Beyonce to Mzansi would overshadow the purpose of the event.
Also, it was reported that the singer charges a whopping R17m per hour. Unfortunately, the above factors led to the cancellation of Beyonce’s booking for the sports awards. And members called for the minister to book local talent instead, which he did. Last year, Mzansi embraced Beyonce and her equally talented and influential hubby, Jay-Z when they graced our shores to perform at the South African instalment of The Global Citizens, philanthropic music festival, in honour of the late Nelson Mandela, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday.
In other news – Watch – Maps Maponyane shares hilarious moment of stranger taking a video call in his car
Arg man, shame! Maps Maponyane‘s whip is bringing him all kind of attention and his latest encounter was from a male stranger who ended up taking a video call in his car.
The TV personality took to Twitter to share a hilarious video of a man who complimented his car and asked to have a look inside. Read more