Never put your face in a bucket of flour

Sowetan - - Lifestyle - Ma­ditaba

So, Ma­ditaba was in­vited to wit­ness the crown­ing of GQ’s Best Dressed Man of the Year.

Here Madi thought she would be min­gling with some good-look­ing peo­ple and hav­ing a blast. The truth, how­ever, was far from that.

Khanyi Mbau did look great, though. She had a whole Ja­panese ki­mono and geisha thing go­ing on that re­ally worked for me. Plus, the up-do was re­ally chic. The make-up was flaw­less. Well done, sis Khanyi.

But Ayanda Tha­bethe com­pletely let Madi down.

I’m sorry, but that red dress ... it looked like some­thing a choir mem­ber would choose to wear for the an­nual choral com­pe­ti­tion in Et­watwa. It did not work, love, I’m sorry.

An­other one who did not work was Lorna Maseko; Madi thought she looked old and washed up.

That dress would have looked amaz­ing on Edith Ven­ter or Re­becca Ma­lope, but wena aus Lorna, bathong, aowa.

Then there was

Pearl Thusi. The flow­ery sum­mer dress was cute, but it was more suited to a chris­ten­ing, at a Lutheran church in Rusten­burg.

Pearl, don’t rest on pretty, love.

Bathong, Madi hon­estly thought Dash from Dream Team would take the ti­tle. You were robbed, love.

In­stead, Menzi Mcunu was crowned. Madi hon­estly has noth­ing to say.

By the way, why on earth was Anatii even one of the nom­i­nees? Madi saw him again at Taboo later in the week, where Omar­ion, the US R&B singer, was per­form­ing. Madi was so bored. What is up with all these has­beens mak­ing their way to our shores? Not to men­tion Ba­balwa Mneno who looked like Vera the ghost in the VIP area. That blonde hair does not work, love, and gen­er­ally, putting your face in a bucket of flour is never a good idea.

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