We bring you this week’s scoop from the Sunday tabloids……
Interns fed-up with the mean David Tlale
Designer – David Tlale is being accused of being mean by interns from his reality show ‘The Intern by David Tlale.’On of the interns who spoke to Sunday Sun reveals that Tlale never lived up to his promises. “David was supposed to give us our R3 000 stipend while we were on the show. But he never gave us a cent and, as a result, we suffered.”
The intern further revealed Tale used some of their designs in Pari, France, all without giving them credit.
Minnie Dlamini part ways with Capacity Relations
Fresh off the multi-million wedding, Minnie Dlamini aka Mrs Jones has reportedly parted ways with Sarit Tomlinson of Capacity Relations. Sources close to SundaySun reveal that Minnie was not happy with the lightweight work the PR was doing for her. It’s further revealed that the conflict is also a result of no trust issues after Sarit fired Minnie’s friend who was working for CR and had a fruitful bond with Mrs Jones.
Somizi in love triangle situation
Lol, Somizi too can be in triangle situations….The superstar is allegedly dating a ben 10 by the name of Mohale Motaung. Now, the same Mohale is two-timing Somizi and an advocate – Dlakula Ntombela, reports SundaySun. Both Mohale and Dlakula have been dating for sometime and things got sour when Somizi came into the picture. In this situation, Dlakula is left heartbroken after finding out about Mohale and Somizi. And the rumour streets say Somizi and Mohale might be tying the knot soon.
The Mapungubwe Festival lost R2 million
The Mapungubwe Festival fell on another money drama again, and that led to the festival being a total fail. SundaySun reports that R2 million went down the drain after the organisers failed to settle with Anthony Hamilton, Davido and D’Banj. Sources told the paper that organisers failed to pay the artists the rest of the fees (even after paying R2 million in deposits).
“The department also failed to book the flights for the artists. Since it is the department’s fault, the money is not going to be refunded,” said the source.
source: SundaySun (10 December 2017)