Sbahle Mpisane and her family are getting their own Mzansi Magic Reality Show. Who’s going to be tuning in? It looked like 2019 got the best of both us and Sbahle Mpisane. The fitness guru went through a tough break up with Bafana Bafana goalkeeper, Itumeleng Khune while she was recovering from the horrific car accident that left wheelchair bound.
But with that infectious smile and that all day positive energy (that some of us could only dream of having), Sbahle has come out the other side beaming-more than before. Fans and admirers alike will be elated to know that she and her entire family have scored their own reality show.
Her mother and brother have supported her every step of the way, nursing her back to health and now, they all get to feature in their very own reality show. Sbahle announced the good news on her Instagram account. The reality show, Kwa Mam’Mkhize will air on the 9th of January and we’re excited to see the dynamic between all of Sbahle’s family members.
Initially, according to Ilanga Langesonto, the title of the show was, Kwa Mpisane but due to her divorce to Sbu Mpisane, the title will be Kwa MaMkhize. Will this get Black Twitter excited? Will this be the next Date My Family evening ritual or will it be another late-night-TV flop? We sure hope it’s the former because we want to see Sbahle (and her family) win and there is no better time than the year 2020 for a divine glow up.
In other news – Cassper Nyovest lets the cat out of the bag – Here is where he makes most of his Money
Cassper Nyovest lets the cat out of the bag – Here is where he makes most of his money! A question many people are curious to get an answer for particularly because there are many facets and revenue streams in a musical career that sometimes it’s hard to pinpoint whether the money comes from music sales, endorsement deals or even live shows.
Cassper took the time to clarify to a fan his revenue sources after a fan tweeted and asked him “So Cass how do you personally secure the bag from?” to which the rapper responded, “I own my music so I still get a big chunk from just selling music but the big coins are incorporate brands and live shows. Read more