Times to host ‘traf­fic lights’ bash

Lesotho Times - - Entertainment - Mo­halenyane Phakela

RAP­PER, T-mech, and so­cialite Thithy Di­aho will on Satur­day host the se­cond edi­tion of their joint birth­day cel­e­bra­tions at Times Café.

T-mech and Di­aho share the same 6 Fe­bru­ary birth­day and hosted the first edi­tion of the TNT (T-mech and Thithy) cel­e­bra­tions last year un­der the theme “Milk and Choco­late”.

This time around, the Basali hit­maker and so­cialite will hold a Traf­fic Lights-themed bash in which guests wear dif­fer­ent colours in­di­cat­ing their re­la­tion­ship sta­tus.

Ac­cord­ing to T-mech, rev­el­ers will choose from three colours; red, green and yel­low.

"The colour codes de­rive from the traf­fic light sig­nal colours in­di­cat­ing red for stop, yel­low for cau­tion/slow down, and green for go.

He said the colour green means that one is sin­gle and look­ing for a re­la­tion­ship, yel­low may mean un­sure or that one is in a re­la­tion­ship but still open to ad­vances, while red means that one is in a re­la­tion­ship, or not look­ing for one.

T-mech said the TNT party re­volved around the theme of love.

“Last year, TNT gave peo­ple the ‘Milk and Choco­late Party’. As we cel­e­brate our birth­days again this Fe­bru­ary, TNT and Times Café will host the Traf­fic Lights Party,” TMech told the Week­ender this week.

“We fig­ured that it would be ap­pro­pri­ate to hold the party un­der the love theme since our birth­days are in Fe­bru­ary.

"Hope­fully, it will make the event even more ex­cit­ing by giv­ing folks the chance to link up through the three-colour theme; red — taken, yel­low- its com­pli­cated/maybe and green-go for it/avail­able.

“A lot of peo­ple broke up dur­ing the De­cem­ber fes­tiv­i­ties, as is usu­ally the norm, so we thought Satur­day’s party will give peo­ple the op­por­tu­nity to rec­on­cile or find new love.”

The event’s en­ter­tain­ment lineup will in­clude Trybz, Nine24, Lau­rel, Baby Girl, Msl Relo, Eco DJ and Boxfr3sh along with tat­too artist, Fa­tal Rebel, who will also ink rev­el­ers dur­ing the party.

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