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Roki is being Sued By Ex-Wife For Child Support

Roki Sued By Ex-Wife For Child Support

Mafriq diva Pauline Gundidza is claiming US$800 from her ex-husband, former Big Brother Africa (StarGame) housemate, Rockford 'Roki' Josphat for the upkeep of their two children.The Herald reports that the matter was supposed to be heard by magistrate Mr Trevor Nyatsanza on January 8, but was removed from the roll after both parties defaulted.

According to sources at the court, it is alleged that Josphat was seen standing at the court's main gate in the morning, but later disappeared.

In her application, Gundidza was claiming US$800 for the upkeep of her two children – Skye Inzwirashe Josphat and Minana Joy – who are aged five and 10 years.

"He is not providing for school and creche fees, housekeeper, food, clothing and medical aid," reads part of Gundidza's application.

Gundidza stated in her application that from the US$800, US$300 is for rent, utilities US$50, food US$100, maid US$100, medical aid US$20, school and creche fees US$200 and US$30 clothes.
"We married under customary law, had two children and then divorced. He is a musician and a producer at Washen Basket Studio."

Gundidza claimed Zimbabwe's controversial urban grooves musician was earning US$2,000 a month and was able to pay the US$800 per month for their two children.

Why is Lilian Trying to Gain Weight?

See Why Lilian Is Trying To Gain Weight

While most ladies are going to the gym in a bid to lose some weight, BBA's Lilian Afegbai has other plans.
In a recent interview with Nigeria's Punch newspaper, the 23-year-old model revealed that she is trying everything possible to gain some body weight, as she's too skinny.
"I do not do anything to remain slim. At the moment, I am doing everything possible to put on some weight. I am too skinny. When I want to relax, I watch movies and sometimes go to the beach with my friends," she said.

Lilian also talked about her Big Brother Africa experience, fame and future plans.
Read excerpts below;

"While I was growing up, I wanted to study theatre arts but my mum told me I could study a professional course like accounting or banking and finance and still pursue a career in entertainment. I became a professional model and actor over three years ago. I am currently the face of Diamond Bank Plc. My family is supportive of my career and they encourage me to chase after my dreams as long as I am not going to bring shame to the family or put myself in harm's way.

"I have always been a huge fan of the reality show and I saw how people used the platform to achieve great things. I believed that I could do same and that inspired me to apply. I waited till last year to participate because you have to be above 21 to qualify as a housemate. The audition was a long process. There were so many phases and every phase was as stressful as it was challenging. There were enough people to make you feel less confident but I believed in myself.

"Before we went into the house we were on lockdown for five weeks. It was not easy because we were shut out of the world. I found things to make my stay in the house interesting because it was easy to lose your temper. It was difficult living with strangers. In summary, everyday was fun.
"I was not disappointed I got evicted two weeks into the show. Instead, I was shocked because I did not expect to go home that soon. Immediately I joined the show’s host, IK, on stage, I put on my positive personae. I told myself everything happened for a reason and resolved to make the best of the little fame I had gotten. I am sure God allowed my early eviction because he knew I was not going to win. If I had won, I would have purchased a house for my family and invested the rest of the money.

"I am planning a talk show that will serve as a bridge between celebrities and up and coming talents. It is called 'The Lee show'. Production is still in the works and should make its debut soon.
"Since Big Brother Africa Hotshots, I get recognised at a lot of places I go to. I have people walk up to me every time just to say hello. Inasmuch as some people appreciate me , others dislike me for reasons best known to them. I have learnt to be calm and to ignore a lot of things. That is the only way I can build my brand."

Macky2 Explains his Hummer Purchase

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I'm not rich, but I work hard and I can afford anything, says Big Brother Hotshots 2nd runner-up, Macky2.

Recently, the Zambian rapper and producer, real name Mark Mulaza Kaira, posted pictures on social media, showing off his brand new Hummer luxury car, igniting debate about who is Zambia's wealthiest entertainer.

According to Zambia's The Post newspaper, before the rapper showed off his Hummer H2 on social media, comedian Thomas Sipalo aka Diffikotti, posted a list of the country's top 5 richest artistes.

He placed fellow comedian Ozious Kaundulula Banda on top of the list, Real Masters ze Bigge on second, Kayombo on third, followed by Dalisoul and MC Wabwino.

The list attracted disapproval and surprise from fans who felt some of their favourite stars were left out, with some challenging Diffikotti himself who once lived lavishly at the peak of his TV talk show, to declare his worth.

The debate was sparked by Macky2's four-wheel-drive all-terrain military designed acquisition, which equally attracted a fair share of criticism.

"Learn to build houses, how do you buy a car that expensive and you have nowhere to sleep?" one of the fans commented.

Another fan congratulated the rapper for buying a Hummer, saying: "How do you leave Big Brother and get on cabs?"

But Macky2 boasted that he "can afford anything" because he works hard and is focused.

"People see me perform every week, everywhere. I'm not rich but I work hard every single day. Right now I'm in Petauke working. I am constantly working, so basically I believe I can afford anything if I am focused and I deserve it," he told The Post.

The 29-year-old Copperbelt-based performer wondered how people could condemn his investment when he is thriving in his career.

"I charge K8,000 per show. I have one show on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. It's simple, people see me perform every week. But for some reason, they want to ignore all the hustle and all the work we put in as artistes," he explained.

He said artistes in Zambia had the opportunity to make more money than accountants and lawyers because the entertainment industry is lucrative.

"If you are an established musician, you have an opportunity to make more money at the end of the day," he said.

Here Are the Audition Details for Big Brother Mzansi Season 2

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Now the hunt is on for the stars of Mzansi Magic‘s 24/7 live reality TV series, Big Brother Mzansi 2. Think you have what it takes? If you are bold enough, brave enough, smart and savvy enough to take on the challenge, a spot may await you in Big Brother’s house.

“Big Brother Mzansi allows us as a channel to tap our audience’s engagement – specifically in the social networking space. It’s a double-win for our viewers – great viewing today drives great viewing in the future. This show is an entertainment dream, packed with action, drama, romance and humour,” says Nkateko Mabaso, Director of Local Interest Channels at M-Net.

If you are a citizen/legal resident of South Africa and are 21 years of age or older (as of 1 January 2015), then you can audition for the show. This year auditions will take place simultaneously in Durban, Cape Town and Johannesburg on Saturday, 31 January and Sunday, 1 February 2015.

Auditions in Durban will be held at the BAT Centre (45 Maritime Place); in Cape Town at the Cape Town Lodge (101 Buitengracht Street) and in Johannesburg at The Pyramid Venue in Eloff Street. Registration starts at 08:00 and closes at 15:00 on both audition days. If you are registered by 15:00 you will be auditioned. Remember that auditions are on a first come/first serve basis and you must bring a valid South African ID document with you.

If you are wondering what the prize money is, the answer is that it won’t be less than R1 million, and it could be as high as a mouthwatering R2 million! That’s all Biggie is saying for now.

As always, there’s a twist…this year you can either audition as an individual, or with a partner.

So if you think you and your best friend will wow the Big Brother selection team, then make sure you are both at the auditions together. You can pair up with anyone – your brother, sister, cousin, boyfriend, girlfriend, neighbour, gym buddy, golf partner, work mate – you want as long as they meet the entry requirements and want to participate.

Big Brother Mzansi 2 starts on Sunday, 29 March 2015 on Mzansi Magic (DStv channel 161) running for 56 days until the Finale in May.

The show will be filmed at Red Pepper Studios in Johannesburg. To get more information on the show keep checking the Mzansi Magic website for updates. You can also follow @BBMzansi on Twitter or visit the Facebook page.


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Some good news for Big Brother Mzansi fans. Big Brother Mzansi 2 is expected to start on Sunday, 29th March 2015. The South African smaller version of Big Brother Africa will be aired on Mzansi Magic (Dstv Channel 161) and will be running for 56 days. The finale will be on May. 

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