It’s been four years since Skolopad burst onto the scene with her crazy half-naked entrance at the SA Music Awards, and she is still grabbing the headlines.
While the star is not making waves in her feud with Zodwa Wabantu any more or filling venues across the country like she once did, she has weighed in on trending matters more than a few times this year.
Here are three times she had social media in a stitches with her antics:
HER ‘R15M’ BIRTHDAY PARTY
It was clear that the catering at the party cost far less than the theme, with pap and milk being served to guests.
— Qwabe Nonhlanhla🇿🇦🌈🐢 (@QueenSkolopad) October 5, 2021
Talking to a local publication, she explained that it felt like a party worth R15m.
“I was just joking, but to me it really felt like a million-dollar party. If it really cost that much I would’ve had the party at a stadium,” she said.
SKOLOPAD: THE BRIDE
Many were shocked when Skolopad announced in July that she had got hitched.
Skolopad said the wedding took place shortly after her partner David proposed in May.
“I don’t have time for engagements any more. I have been engaged about three times and I’m getting old, so I told him that it is either he takes me now or not,” she says.
“I love everything about him … He doesn’t care whether I am known and does not care about the attention that I get,” she said.
… AND THE DIVORCE
A month later she had another bash, this time celebrating her divorce.
And what better way to “celebrate” a split then dressing in red and showing skin.
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Rumours have been circulating that she forced her son to get married. But reality TV star, Shauwn Mkhize, better known as MaMKhize, has a message for her haters.
She told the publication she’s happy her son, Andile Mpisane decided to settle down and also happy about her new makoti, Tamia. This after Andile (20) and Tamia (25) got engaged on Friday, 17 December in a ceremony that shocked Mzansi. learn more