Sunday World - - Shwashwi -

ON a list­less night this week when the mind was sat­u­rated with caf­feine, moi took a walk down to the swish Hush club in Rose­bank, Jozi.

The place was packed with des­per­ate, lonely hearts with empty lives in out­fits so re­veal­ing they would make a Catholic monk for­sake his vows.

And there was Jub Jub and his braids and mama s boy baby looks in a

’ white shirt and brown patent-leather jacket as if he didn t have a care in the

’ world.

And a pack of gals were gy­rat­ing and grind­ing for his sat­is­fied eyes. Guess he s get­ting in all the fun he

’ can in case he has to spend some years in a dun­geon.

His friend Bafana Bafana striker Katlego Mphela also had girls cir­cling him. Why are young ladies so des­per­ate to be preyed upon?

And there was Kaizer Chiefs for­mer player Thabo Mooki en­joy­ing him­self. He s ob­vi­ously not in mourn­ing for his

’ old play­mate, re­cently de­parted Tha­bang Lebese. He and Tha­bang were once touted as the Ter­ri­ble Twins for their ter­ri­fy­ing

“” de­fences on the field of play.

But, as they say, peo­ple deal with grief in dif­fer­ent ways. He seemed to be try­ing to get hooked up with as many girls as he could, per­haps to bury his in their bo­soms.

Milling around were bounc­ers-cum­body­guards, so it wasn t

’ sur­pris­ing when Jub Jub s mean

’ look- ing body­guard was ac­costed out­side. He was led out by large six-foot men who love to throw their im­mense weight around. Scary.

Pity, all this drama hap­pened in front of in­no­cent-look­ing and tal- ented footie Koketso Mmo­tong, who now seems to be part of the Mphela, Mooki and Jub Jub crowd.

And the boys seemed to think they were shoot­ing a rap mu­sic video, putting on a show com­plete with ex­pen­sive booze, cigars, lit­tle stick fire­works that go off in bril­liant fash­ion and video vix­ens grind­ing and bump­ing.

It was a clas­sic case of life im­i­tat­ing art. The boys were out to prey on ten­der flesh. Just thought I d share

HOT AT­TRAC­TION: Jub Jub was like a spi­der lur­ing all the phly gals into his web CIR­CLED: One wasn’t sure if Katlego Mphela was the hunter or the hunted

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