Khanyi Mbau vs Debora Patta (Videos)

December 1, 2010 by  

It’s on!

For those of you who missed Khanyi Mbau on 3rd Degree last night, I just found these videos on Youtube. Thanks to Akinoluwa.

I didn’t watch so I’ll comment after wards but here is Khaya Dlanga’s analysis of the interview.

Khanyi Mbau’s Not So Bad”

Part 1:

Part 2:

Your thoughts? Will share mine in a bit…

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71 Comments on "Khanyi Mbau vs Debora Patta (Videos)"

  1. Brown Shuga on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 3:31 pm 

    Khanyi vs Debora Patta

  2. Lady gaga on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 3:36 pm 

    ayi these two must just be friends nje cause baa tena.

  3. faith on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 3:37 pm 

    Wow what a show even though it seemed like Debora was paid by Vavi, but Khanyi stood her ground which was very good. For me the whole topic yesterday was useless I think they might have just did it to get high AR’s because the topic was so not 3rd degrees style and the questions were just stupid.

  4. THAT Chick on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 3:39 pm 

    I think it was pathetic. On Debra’s part. First thing that comes to mind is the fact that she hides behind “investigative journalism” to push personal agendas. Any idiot could see the lack of objectivity she had on this tpoic. She went as far as saying she wouldn’t want her daughter to look up to Khanyi.

    Later 3rd degree plus pissed me off because the one guy who had some sort of intellect and realistic outlooks, they shut up. Needless to say by the last link the panel was people who would solidify her argument to make it look like ‘they won’. Bull.

    I might not agree with Khanyi’s lifestyle, but at least she knows what it is she represents, and I resent the fact that she should feel she has to justify that to people. Especially on the premise of ‘moralality’ or saving the nation and not rubbing it in the face of the poor.

    She should have done more of the “blue cheese” analogies because they were refreshingly patronizing.

  5. Dladla on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 3:39 pm 

    I will watch it now now. My boss is still around… *pretending like he’s working*

  6. mama ka Gundi on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 3:47 pm 

    @THAT CHICK ..Well said *clapping* i was annoyed at her Qs 2Ms Mbau maar khanyi is not bimbo heyy never underestimate her im not her fan maar after last nite she put debra in her place.

    i still say Khanyi & Malema will make an atomic bomb *judging 4rm the interviews they had with Debra*

    funny i actually craved 4the crossaints this morning..

  7. shybear on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 3:50 pm 

    Tji bathong I so missed out.! I fell asleep while watching generations n now im nt able to view this video.

    Il check chinaman 4 internet cafe,

  8. SibsMacd on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 3:55 pm 

    guys dnt blame Deborah, 1st blame the producer behind 3rd degree

  9. Lady gaga on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 3:58 pm 

    kwaaaaaaaaa @ shybear,shem!!

  10. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:01 pm 

    @ That Chick & Mama ka G… I do not think that K Mbau really responded in a “smart” way,I generally think she is a smart a** girl mara naye her responses just really made both of them look like idiots,the problem is not the fact that K Mbau is eating blue cheese with croissants but the fact that Blacks who are making excessive amounts of money seem to want to do it all and while at the same time there is the majority of the population who are living below the poverty line,because really u can not have a society where a minority both black and white is rich while a majority is struggling to make ends meet,u end up having a situation where people drop out of school,crime,violent criminals,etc because everyone wants what the others are having..mina I have no problem with people being wealthy kodwa lets create an environment where we take everyone along on our route to success and we must not be creators of riches but that of wealth,ngoba 50 years down the line we still going to have this conversation where people who made money suddenly have no money,whether we will admit it to ourselves or not,darkies are taken by trends and we consumers never create…

  11. Zida on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:02 pm 

    She held her own shem, but at times she sounded so artificial and kinda dumb.

    Like when she said she is not here to save the world, but at the same time quoted a Bible scripture. Like, really.

    OT: I just died an went to heaven. I was introduced to a guy called Kabby at the Channel O Awards launch last year and I just saw him on TV. Oh my! What a PHINE man. I think I know somebody who has his number, let me begin my stalking.

  12. THAT Chick on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:02 pm 

    @sibsmacd: I would but she’s smart enough to not be forced to say anything she wouldnt want to say. The passion she had in trying to say things that would ‘hurt’ her were laughable.
    One could argue they (producer etc) did it for ratings, fair enough, but your credentials become compromised when you put yourself in a poisiotn Debra did yesterday. I sometimes agree with her, hayi phezolo.

  13. THAT Chick on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:08 pm 

    MissAN: At no point would I describe Khanyi as smart. Articulate, maybe. I get the sentiment, but in an attempt to explain a theory at no point should it be mud slinging on ‘the other side’ as I felt Debra’s show was.
    Not everyone’s intentions are the same in this world we live in. Should you choose to earn riches and better the world, bravo. Should you not, so be it. But there’s nothing worse than a good gesture that comes from a not so good place- ie you felt forced to do it. Ngcono uyeke. That’s my view.

  14. Kiki on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:11 pm 

    I love this girl more and more because she doesn’t pretend to be a saint. Keep at it wena Khanyi. Weather you date abomkhulu it’s YOUR LIFE nobody else’s. We all have choices and YOUR choice is working for YOU and that’s all that matters.

    Congrats on being a WORLDWIDE #TT last night on Twitter. WOW!!!! You are living or have lived a life that some of us can only dream of. Anyway who doesn’t love money?? CASH rules everything around us anyway. #FACT

  15. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:15 pm 

    @ Zida that is what I felt as well.. yes I commend her for he fact that she does not hide the fact that she does what she does & and Debora *black accent* even said that as well, but the fact is indirectly the public and media give her soooo much coverage and children uncosciously accept that to live a great life u do not have to sweat for it…and what we also forget is,how often do we know of women who were living the life and never spent a day at a Mlungu’s office *darkie mentality* mara today their beauty,curves have all faded and there man that financed their lifestyles have moved on to younger thangs..for her sake,I hope K is saving for rainy days ngoba ubuhle buyaphela and her reputation will not convince business investors or the bank to back her “business” plan…

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  17. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:19 pm 

    @ THATChick… I said I think that she is did not respond smart,I never said u did… yes I guess there is no way that the whole world can be rich..I guess such things are extremely personal cos when u know how it is possible for the world’s wealth to be equally distributed and people being able to go to school but it does not happen…I am an Economics major student so issues such as widen gap of the Lorenzi curve being close to 1,have a different meaning to me…

  18. Kiki on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:24 pm 

    One thing parents should teach their children is to NEVER look up to people they see on TV as their role models. As a parent it is YOUR JOB to teach YOUR kids what is right or wrong it’s not Mandela,Khanyi,Dj Cleo or Shilowa’s job to teach YOUR kids because they have their own families to worry about.

    Parents should be their own childrens’ role models.

  19. Kiki on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:29 pm 

    *off topic* BS thank u so much for todays video. That Rise Up track is #POWERFUL

  20. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:30 pm 

    @ Kiki… mara the world does not work like that unfortunalety,kids at the end of the day make their own choices and I generally do not have celeb role models except maybe Khanyi Dhlomo mara the average person on the street whether they are a taxi driver,street sweeper inspires me and kids are influenced by media whether u like it or not… why is Ben10 or Barbie so popular with under 5?? Media…so role models to some extent will always be what people want and as Khanyi mentioned she was inspired by some TV show…so I agree not role models but inspirations…

  21. THAT Chick on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:32 pm 

    MissAN: I hear you. You’re completely right.
    I still don’t think soap box mentalities (not to say yours) will get anything achieved though. At some point or another the debate would lead to people asking whether it’s a black white thing because many white people have flaunted wealth before, now that blacks do it blah blah blah.

    In a perfect world, the intentions of the show were just. The delivery is my issue. It was much ado about nothing.

  22. lindiwe on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:34 pm 

    There was a question that Deborah asked & i swear i saw Khanyi was on the verge of crying?? dont really remember what Deborah said, but did any one notice?…maybe Mbau’s conscious or rather “consciouses” as she would say finally caught up with her?

    I am not a fan of Deborah Patta & will never be, but for once in my life i thought Khanyi actually deserved all those one-sided questions from Deborah…i mean they both look like idiots, and have let every one to believe so.

    If i cared, i would really feel pity for grown-ups who support Khanyi Mbau’s kind of behaviour. Is this really the kind of world you want to live in? oh ok.

  23. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:39 pm 

    @ That Chick…the issue for me is,yes White people have flaunted their wealth mara u can always see when someone is new money or old money,even in our own social circles ama 9-5 people wanna look like they are rich and living beyond their,renting ama townhouse for R6 000 when they only earning R9 000… we can not compare ourselves to Whites and say they flaunting their wealth therefore lets do the same,these are 5th Generation money we talking about…all I am saying,lets be balanced in how we actually spend…lets all make each other successful not hoard information ngoba afuna ukudla wedwa..Yes Debora naye had some issues..even Noellen who is apparently wealthy could not hold herslf whne Khanyi told her she has 5 cars 1 Mec to buy Sunday Times at Woolies,Golf GT to buy amagwinya ekasi…I generally like her sense of honestly mara there is something not balanced in that child’s head…

  24. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:41 pm 

    @ Lindiwe… they both looked like idiots I agree…Debora could not be objective and Khanyi n the other hand just went on materialistic..which sane person can compare a croissant to brown bread…

  25. Pjay on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:47 pm 

    I think the entire point of the show just got lost….and even Debra is to blame for losing that control! It went from being about ‘the wealthy blinging it up while the poor starve’ to ‘Khanyi being a role model’ etc. Khanyi wasnt the only one on that list of blingers….Robert Gumede for example made his money legally,and spent big on his wedding! I see nothing wrong with this….and I feel he, and Khanyi, and all other blingers should not be ashamed to spend THEIR money!! I dont see Debra driving an uno and giving all her show’s earnings to all the shack-dwellers in Alex….she may not be spending publicly,but that is her decision. I think Khanyi handled the interview well….very calmly, even when Debra started her bullying, and got her point across…..I am who I am-this is what I wanted,and now that I have it, I will enjoy it….unashamedly!

  26. THAT Chick on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:50 pm 

    MissAN: You miss my point. I agree with you. But the topic is on the show. My opinion was on the poor delivery of the show. If anything I would expect something from Debra and not expect much from Khanyi. Yes you’re right, neither represented, BUT at least she kept her wits about her and didn’t atsrt acting like her intentions are to be the next Mother Teresa when they’re not.
    I only mentioned the black white thing because I know debates end up going there. I have no misconceptions about the reality of our differences in wealth lines.

  27. lindiwe on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:51 pm 

    As a parent, it is only to a certain extent that you can alter your child’s mind to regard you as his/her only role model. As kids grow older, we all know they start making their own decisions as to whom they really want to be in life….& whether we like it or not, the media does take a part. I mean for a 12 year old child, its eazy to think that if Khanyi can do it,so can i.
    When you are away/ or at work,you are not able to control what your child is watching on tv are u? im saying is, whether we like it or not, media does play a role in developing bad personalities among our kids. Unless you dont allow your children to read newspapers, watch television or listen to radio. which would be weird considering that u will be promoting ignorance…coz at the same time media can be informative.

  28. THAT Chick on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:52 pm 

    Pjay: Well said

  29. Nalizo on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:56 pm 

    I did not watch the interview,I only saw the last bit when a friend of mine called and asked if I was watching.One thing that I am willing to admit now is that I think Khanyi is pretty.I never used to understand when BS said that.But now I saw a different side to Khanyi,it must be because her make-up and hairstyle were not too much,she was close to natural.

  30. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 4:57 pm 

    @ PJay… I understand and respect what u are saying,just to make a point…black people in general do not donate to charities or fundraisers..even at Primary School,white kids will have a lot of tickets sold (yes maybe they have more disposable income) mara wena u people will ask u stupid questions “haai,imali engaka?eyani?” “buya kusasa” and even at charity walks the 85% of the people attending are Whites,and the same charities thes events are funding go towards a majority of white people…Debora was just short of saying how can u be so excessive when ur own kind is struggling…Mina I am not against people making money mara lets look after our own,even telling someone about a bursary,etc…at some point I had this crazy idea where i will open an NGO of black,each family donate R10 every month and that money be used for tuition fees and school fees…

  31. Pjay on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:01 pm 

    Its for every parent to instill morals and teach values to your child…as children grow, they decide for themselves what they want, and it stops being within your control! I mean, at one stage, im sure everyone wanted to be like Brenda Fassie…even though we all knew she did drugs! But because certain values were instilled in you, you decided personally that drugs arent for you! So too with Khanyi! I’m all for positive role models in society, it mentors children to be something eg Khanyi Dlomo. But if your children do not regard that, and choose short cuts, then that is them, and their decision! Clearly what you taught as a parent did not get planted in your child!

  32. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:01 pm 

    @ PJay…Mugabe might have made his money “legally” as u put mara all his Zimbos are running away from that country cos the place is bankrupt & Gumede is a well connected sombody as much as he has made his money legally…

    @ THATChick…it is not about being a Mother Theresa..just the fact that there is an imbalance of income and there are opportunities..wealth will always be determined by many factors and race is one of them unfortunately…

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  34. Kiki on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:04 pm 

    MissAN when some of us were growing up we were exposed to the tjatjag behaviour of MaBrr that was always shown to us by the Media. From her list of boyfriends,drinking,drugs,swearing etc. But look at me now,did I take a leaf off MaBrr?? NO,bcoz not once did I ever see my mum doing what MaBrr used to do. It was HER life that SHE chose for HERSELF. I think sometimes put too much pressure on these ‘TV people’,we have too much expectations from them that we forget ukbana they are living their lives and not for us.That is why most of them end up in debt bcoz they live a life that is beyond their means and all in fear to be judged.

  35. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:05 pm 

    @ PJay… abantwana banamhlanje a exposed tooo many things,at 10 years who knew that Brenda Fassie did drugs??? as the old saying goes,umfundisi akazali umfundisi still holds true…whethet we admit it to ourselves or not,media has a major influence on peoples choices and even worse because technology is soooo accessible and fast,a 10 year old now does not have to wait for a monthly Drum issue to learn about drugs or sex,it is instant!!!Times have changed.

  36. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:09 pm 

    @ Kiki… Kiki… Look at fashion?? Look at hairstyles…anything whether positive or negative kids do incorporate it to their lives…Kids get Rihanna hairstlyle,wanna dance like Chris Brown,wanna tatoo like Lil’ Wayne..Kiki u grew up in a different era,where info was slow…Bye everyone.

  37. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:11 pm 

    @ Kiki… and mind u,this drug behaviour yaka MaBrr u will c it,once every month in Drum…not on google,as it happens and we were too busy playing mgusha,scotch,izingedo to concern ourselves with celebs lives..and TV had a curfew.

  38. Brown Shuga on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:15 pm 

    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!! Khanyi Mbau is smart shem. Whether or not she is using her brain wisely is something else but she damn handled Debora Patta

  39. Kiki on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:32 pm 

    Kwaaaaa @ once a month kwi Drum. Mxim wena MissAN *dead*

    Hayi we are talking about how people live their lives not fashion bcoz that has always been a part of everyone including our parents.Fashion is not a bad thing hau. Ok,so are u saying the kids of today started sleeping with married men ONLY because of Khanyi? Are there any kids in YOUR family or that you have come across that say they look up to Khanyi and want to be like her? I am just asking bcoz from my side NON.

  40. MissAN on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:47 pm 

    @ Kiks… seeing u looove 2Pac sooo much,u rember in the 90s people were going crazy over the West Coast VS East Coast drama,to the extnet some people were killed cos the took this rap thing and translated it into their own lives…I am not saying Khanyi is to blame for kids dating married man,but unfortunately the media bamboozles us with het escapades and it makes it ok for a young and impressionable mind,that it is ok to date married men and live the kind of life that some people take decades to achieve..I am not against her choice of lifestyle,and I would not make the decisions she makes but a young person sees it as normal…

  41. Kiki on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 5:54 pm 

    I just think people are paying too much attention to things or people that don’t affect them @ all. We can’t be more offended by Khanyi’s behaviour than what’s really going on in this world that we live in. We have child abusers/molesters,rapists,murders,women who higher people to kill their husbands for cash & visa versa,children who kill their parents,children having sex with other children etc.(Now these are real problems that we should ALL focus on bcoz they affect us as a soceity) What Khanyi is doing is NOTHING compared to this and she is doing it to herself and for herself. It doesn’t affect us at all. Ok,it doesn’t affect ME. Lol

  42. Noriega on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 9:49 pm 

    Exactly what i said, khanyi is a smart girl and she is doing what she loves.

    I admire that girl solely because i love people who are individuals, who live their own lives and arent afraid of what society will say.

    Well done to khanyi

  43. Lehakoe on Wed, 1st Dec 2010 11:02 pm 

    it was an all-round stupid show. A person’s duty towards their country ends at paying their taxes. Once that is done you don’t owe anyone anything. I am an active volunteer at the local orphanage but I dnt expect everyone to do as I do. The world will forever have inequality but that does not mean that those who choose to display their wealth should have to substantiate every dime they earn.

    Khanyi is living her life as she sees fit, she does not aspire to inspire anyone and is A-okay with it. I like her honesty. She’s herself-frank and not shy to speak her mind. I don’t care how or when she gets her money as long as she’s doing it within the bounds of the law.

  44. Tranq15 on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 3:32 am 

    Bona! Khanyi Mbau!!!!! #NuffSaid!

  45. Opposite on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 7:40 am 

    i love you Khanyi… u are what all most women are needy of attention, money, love, lifestyle and everything else and just cos their business is not in public that does not mean they are better than u .. i for 1 know sluts, bitches and whore’s that sleep arnd with anything that promises them a nite out at some fancy club .. and they only have a hangover to show for it at least … u r not cheap.. i rather be with a women like you than a cheap slut

  46. Fezzy on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 7:55 am 

    Deathby all these essays.

    “For that rich man to come to me is a blessing”
    Kwaaaaaaa

  47. Fezzy on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 7:59 am 

    TheunisCrous 3rd degree or grade 3 the highest recognition some people get for making shit of the lowest level

  48. SameGal on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 8:13 am 

    @ Lindiwe i saw that too
    I think it was when Debra said/asked: “people feel disgusted wheneva her name gets
    mentioned, doesn’t she feel any sense of moralty?” something like that. but that is not true

  49. MiniAyeye on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 8:14 am 

    I enjoyed the show, lol, i just LOVE Khanyi Mbau!!!

  50. Kiki on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 8:23 am 

    @Opposite,you have said better. That is sooooooo true!!!

  51. XtraLargePtyLtd on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 9:14 am 

    The Khanyi Mbau that I’ve grown to know n like through the years is not dumb! And she’s sweet n nothin like the “gold digger” that the media introduced to us! Hollyhood has Kendra and We have Khanyi! End of story! Let’s move with da times

  52. kayRabs on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 10:02 am 

    Deborah: but you’re not known for your interior designing.
    Khanyi: True
    Deborah: And you’re not rich
    Khanyi: True

    kwaaaakwaaaaaaakwaaaaaaaa

    so much for being a gold digger, more like plastic digger yeah

  53. KevCare on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 10:04 am 

    The people in the media (YES, sum of u guys) always try to make urselves look smarter (jus bcoz of ur specs le BA nyana ya Wits) by propagating that these “blingers” are stupid!! The 1st question i always ask myself is: If they are SO STUPID, how are they gettting their money? AND WHO GIVES it to them? (answer: US)

    We all try to use wat we’ve got to make money! Its a pity that most of what we’ve got (BA & all) can only get us as far as a VW POLO or 1 Series & a bond ya R550k!!

    We all make our own choices! LETS STOP BEING HYPOCRITES!! They risk it all in order to gain it all!!

    A lotta women claim that Khanyi is a golddigging b*&tch yet DEEP DOWN…they wud drop their panties as soon as the “blingers” looked their way! #undaG

    The only reason why y’all frown at pics of Khanyi, Majozi, Mabheleni etc….is bcoz ITS NOT YOU!!

    Honestly….Ask YOURSELF:

    Dont u wanna have a choice between driving a Porsche or a Maserati?

    Dont u wanna have a choice between living in Dainfern or Morningside?

    Dont u wanna have a choice between holidaying in Venice or Matatiele? LOL

    Personally: i wanna have the money the Theunis Crous has (not the mid-life crisis drama)! I wanna b able to spend R30k on one night @ ZAR or Taboo!!

    DONT LIE TO YOURSELF COZ U DO TOO!!!

  54. Maratahelele on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 10:29 am 

    Firstly,let me say this,your head needs to be examined if you expect Khanyi or Majozi to act as moral guides to anyone. We should lament the fact that we are even expecting them to be moral ambassadors.

    Secondly,why South Africans like imposing their beliefs and the way of life on others??Why do we want to tell people how to spend their money??If I work hard or not even hard to get my money,why am I not allowed to spend it the way I see fit??How many of you spent not less than R200 on lunch boxes every week,yet some kids sleep with empty stomachs every night??Why are you not feeling guilty of feeding those people??Why is it different when he/she spends 700k while you spend R300 on a weekend out??

    Lastly,our society is running a risk of criminalising black wealth,especially young black wealth.Khanyi’s of this world did not create poverty,neither can they fix it.I see a lot of people referring to Khanyi Dlomo everytime yet they forget the same Khanyi spent half a million on a wedding.Just cause we accept her as a role model or did something we seem nice with her money,we do not complain.Young white kids are driving around in expensive cars,still remember that 18yr old dying after crashing his lambo,nobody went to question how his parents managed to be that rich nor why buy such a young man such an expensive car.

    If you really want to help fight poverty,create your own wealth and share it with the poor,work hard and not reward yourself with an expensive car or party,just dnt expect Khanyi’s and Majozi’s of this world to feel the same way…

  55. Julz on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 10:54 am 

    @KevCare: Preach!

  56. NQOBILENNN on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 12:10 pm 

    Lol Kevcare u can talk shem but u make very valid points.

  57. Kiki on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 12:41 pm 

    @KevCare,THANK YOU!!!!!

  58. Opposite on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 12:48 pm 

    fdat if u goonna shout morale’s and standards coz we all do dirty ish in our live’s n guz wht while most bitches claim ish abt khanyi.. as far as i knw she only had to guys in the last 5 yrs if the media is rite(mandla & crouse) thou i stand 2 b corrected n urself.. brokeass, plz calling, cn u borrwow me, non private no answerin niggas hv done u plenty of times n u nw complain that nigga’s are dog’s bt Khanyi is not complaining bt u all stand judgin .. i feel u @Kevacre

  59. Opposite on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 12:56 pm 

    @Maratahelele i hope they all get it nw.. spend ur money the way u c fit..

  60. posh on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 1:53 pm 

    @KevCare,Ditto…I am of the view that you cannot achieve the fame and life Khanyi and others have achieved unless you have a good head above your shoulder (whether you call it smart, clever, streetwise or intelligent) The fact is, Khanyi, Kenny, mabheleni, Sbu Mpisane set their goals and achieved them, they developed strategies and operational plans and they are now living their dream…whether we agree with their HOW or not..

    khanyi is covered by Heat Mag, People Mag, Radio 702, Etv, Vuzu…we have to give it to her, like Uyanda Mbuli, they are good in publicity and branding themselves

  61. Miss-Jay on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 4:05 pm 

    Hi Brown Sugar

    Okay Am not a Khanyi Mbau fan but I just like her honesty.
    Honestly I feel for her with the pace she’s going on am just wondering if she will ever wake up and smell the coffee and start being matured.

    I liked the fact that she was honest and managed to ansa alless that Debra asked her.

    One thing I hated was when she was asked how does she feel about the poor*she said she is not going to feel sorry for someone who can’t afford to buy bread, she will have her Croissant and blue cheese*like WTF?

    BS there’s nothing wrong with dating an older men but ke don’t date a guy for his money. I’ve dated an older men yes he spoiled me but ke I never did what Khanyi is doing. And yes I got everything I wanted and still have those things :-) .
    But ke asifani singabantu right.

  62. MissAN on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 4:08 pm 

    @ Miss-Jay… she is smart and honest.. and eats blue cheese and croissants…while the rest of us have to do with bread..Lol.

  63. Miss-Jay on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 4:11 pm 

    MissAN lol There’s nothing wrong with eating bread hle

  64. sk1 on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 5:04 pm 

    @Maratahelele …Well said …Done!!!!!

  65. Trez on Fri, 3rd Dec 2010 11:17 am 

    Croissant n Blue chess!
    “we been having it”……..

    KAWABANGA…..heheh

  66. kakapana on Fri, 3rd Dec 2010 11:38 am 

    Kwa @ Trez, I love those adverts.
    Did anyone watch 3rd degree extra on the E-channel. Tjoe I love that Mc Kaiser fella, he told it like it is.

  67. mama ka Gundi on Fri, 3rd Dec 2010 11:46 am 

    Kwakwkakwa @ we’ve been having it!
    @Miss jay ..date an old man not 4money tjoo wat else wud u see kwi xhegu :HOT Body , a Stallion in Bed ,Love & Care?? tjo zizabe ziyephi intanga zakho uyozixakekisa nge Xhegu

    My 2cents qa im not judging u …bear in mind ppl date each other 4different reason my zaka $$$ must play role uthanda ungathandi!!

  68. MissAN on Fri, 3rd Dec 2010 11:51 am 

    @ Kakapana…what did he say?

  69. Bee on Fri, 3rd Dec 2010 3:33 pm 

    Ha Khanyi makes money just for appearing in functions. tshini uyasebenza moes lomntu.

  70. Ekke on Sat, 4th Dec 2010 12:28 pm 

    @ those who say Khanyi is entitled to spend HER money as she sees fit – it’s not her money, some old man is funding that lifestyle in exchange for Khanyi spreading her legs whenever he wants.

    @ those saying Debra attacked K unjustly – K DESERVED it coz she invites the media every time she takes a breath. She invites the media to watch her eating croissants and blue cheese, like the class-less lil ho that she is. After all, Uyanda Mbuli lives better than Khanyi, but you don’t read about her in the media unless she’s attending functions. Uyanda has class, Khanyi doesn’t. There’s black people and there’s niggers.

    @ those who say you’re not doing your job as a parent if your kid aspires to be Khanyi – I’m sure you did everything your parents told you to in your teens. You were a teen once, don’t pretend you didn’t aspire to be like someone famous at that time. The difference is, you grew up and learned the value of work, while kids of today are lazy airheads.

    @ everybody – I would like to see the media ignore Khanyi for just a month, just to see her reaction. Otherwise why don’t you report on those high-priced callgirls we hear about, coz K isn’t any different? YAWN.

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