Never put your face in a bucket of flour
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.