Blac Chyna felt disrespected by YBN Almighty Jay

Blac Chyna breakup

Blac Chyna dumped YBN Almighty Jay because he was messaging other girls.

The 30-year-old model and the 18-year-old rapper appear to have gone their separate ways after dating for three months, and it’s been claimed she pulled the plug on the relationship because she felt disrespected by his behaviour.

Sources told TMZ the teenager had been direct messaging other women and Chyna – who has 19-month-old daughter Dream with ex-fiance Rob Kardashian, and five-year-old son King Cairo with former boyfriend Tyga – was also annoyed that he’d been hanging out with groups of females after his performances.

The former couple have also had a series of rows in recent weeks, so Chyna ended the relationship last week.

And the ‘Rob & Chyna’ star is said to be convinced YBN has got someone else pregnant, though there is no confirmation he is set to be a father.

The rapper confirmed their break-up on his Instagram Stories earlier this week.

In the post – which has since been deleted – he wrote: “@blacchyna and I are no longer together (sic)”

But he also shared a YouTube video clip of Juice WRLD’s song ‘Lucid Dreams (Forget Me)’, and posted a broken-hearted emoji over the Insta Story.

In the short clip, rapper Juice can be heard singing: “I still see your shadows in my room;

“Can’t take back the love that I gave you;

“It’s to the point where I love and I hate you;

“And I cannot change you so I must replace you.”

Chyna is yet to comment on the pair’s apparent split on her social media.

This comes less than a week after Chyna appeared to have been linked with a ‘Jay’ tattoo on her arm.

The pair hooked up in February, and Jay wasted no time in publicly declaring his love for the star – whose real name is Angela Renée White – as by April he popped the question to her via social media.

Alongside a photograph of Chyna wearing a white jumper dress and trainers while perched against a bumper in a car park, he wrote on Instagram: “Will You Marry Me? (sic)”

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Twitter shook by Babes Wodumo’s alleged abuse

Babes Wodumo Black Panther Song
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Gqom queen, Babes Wodumo, is currently trending on social media after it was revealed, during Metro FM’s Drive Time radio show, that she was being allegedly abused by her then boyfriend, singer Mampintsha. The show’s hosts, Masechaba Ndlovu and Mo Flava, asked Babes about the abuse and she was dumbfounded. The star also confirmed that she and Mampintsha had broken up and rumors that she was married to him were false.

Twitter was shocked by the revelations, and some were not happy about how they felt the show’s hosts ‘ambushed’ the star.

Here’s a look at what Twitter has been saying about the news;


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Celeb tributes pour in for award-winning actor Akhumzi Jezile

Akhumzi Jezile Death

Former Yo Tv presenter, and Golden Horn Award-winning actor, Akhumzi Jezile passed away in a car accident over the long weekend. Details surrounding the accident, which took place on the N6 near Queenstown in the Eastern Cape, have yet to be confirmed.

Many celebrities have taken to Instagram to share their touching tributes.

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RIP Akhumzi x

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Why Akhumzi Jezile was a big deal

Akhumzi was one of the most talented people in Mzansi entertainment. 

Renowned television personality Akhumzi Jezile died this past weekend, at 29. Jezile’s death sent shock waves throughout social media, as his friends, fans and colleagues expressed their sadness over his death. Jezile passed away in an accident in Queenstown, Eastern Cape. The accident also took the lives of Inxeba actor Thobani Mseleni and former Joyous Celebrations singer Siyasanga Kobese.

Jezile was born in 1989 in Mthatha, Eastern Cape. He was a renowned television presenter and producer as well as an actor.

Jezile was one of the most loved personalities in Mzansi, here is why;

Triple thread talent

Whether he was hosting a television or radio show, producing, acting or being an MC, Jezile was always excellent. His brilliant acting is what made him walk away with a SAFTA for best-supporting actor for his role in SABC 1 show Tempy Pushas, in 2015. His was passion evident in all he did, hence many followed his career, all the way from his days as YOTV.

‘He was one of those MCs that was always accommodating to performers to express themselves freely,’ says music legend Arthur Mafokate. 

Consummate professional 

Jezile has been hailed by his peers in the entertainment industry for his professionalism. This is one trait that made them respect him. 

‘He was one of the hardest working dudes in the industry. Always went the extra mile, he was really passionate about what he did. He really cared,’ hip-hop star AKA said on Twitter about Jezile. 

AKA’s mate and fellow rapper DaLES concurred, ‘Akhumzi was very passionate about entertainment it was so admirable to watch. It seemed like he was passionate about everyone.’


Jezile was also loved for his way of encouraging other performers and how he always pushed them on. 

Rapper Gigi Lamanyane took to her Twitter to express how the star had believed in her before anyone else. ‘You started believing when nobody did. This was years ago. I’m super hurt.’

Mr Funny Guy 

If you followed him on social media, this isn’t news to you. Jezile was one of the funniest people around. The videos he posted always left many in chuckles. Since he passed on his friends have been sharing some of their favourite videos of him.  

Watch some of the videos below; 


My heart just broke into pieces ✂📍💔📌❗🚫🛑🆘

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Still doesn’t make sense 💔

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Renowned television personality Akhumzi Jezile has died at 29

Akhumzi was a Safta award-winning actor. 

Television presenter, actor and producer Akhumzi Jezile has died. According to reports Akhumzi died in a car crash in Queenstown, Eastern Cape. 

Jezile was born in Mthatha, Eastern Cape. He got into the spotlight in 2007, when he became a presenter on SABC 1’s YOTV. Jezile then went on to become one of Mzansi’s most loved and sought after personalities. 

In 2014, Jezile won a SAFTA for best-supporting actor for his role in SABC 1 series Tempy Pushas. 

Jezile was also a radio presenter for Umhlobo Wenene for a while. 

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Cassper Nyovest’s Ksazobalit video will give you goosebumps

Cassper envisions how we will be when we get back the land.

We didn’t know that it was a trap, so we all fell for it when hip-hop star Cassper Nyovest and actress Pearl Thusi had a go at each other on Twitter. Their twar was based on Cassper supposedly not liking that Pearl was riding horses because according to his tweets horses are for white people. Of course, Pearl hid back at Cassper and a Twar ensued. And it made entertainment headlines. Fast forward two days later, Cassper drops the video for his new single Ksazobalit, and guess who’s riding a horse in the video? You guessed right, Pearl Thusi. The hype around their twar was the publicity the video needed. 

However, frankly speaking as beneficial as that stunt was, Ksazobalit, sells itself. 

Nyovest took on to social commentary on this video as he tackles the land issue. In the video, Nyovest envisioned a world with a black man as a wealthy farmer. Donned in what most of us have known to be the farmers’ attire Cassper does the vhosho, drives tractors, raps and flexes as he goes about his business on his farm. 

An epic visual is the aerial shot of the farm as farm workers in blue overalls dance, its excellent both in the way they dance, but also its insinuation of black people celebrating the ownership of the land. 

Idols judge and television personality Somizi makes a cameo as a truck delivery driver in the video. 

There’s a scene on the video that is almost a replica of a scene in the 2004 hit movie The Cookout when all the gang from the hood come for a braai and the white neighbours look on. It’s hilarious as the white farmer looks on at Nyovest and as his guests have lunch. The look is envious and yet too proud to ask to join. However, because this is a music video, there’s the happy ending of Nyovest inviting the farmer to join them, and he obliges.

Though brief, Thusi’s cameo as she rode in her a horse made Ksazobalit look dreamy and gave us goosebumps. I had hoped for a kind of embrace between Nyovest and Thusi in the video though. 

This is one of Nyovest’s best videos to date in my opinion.  

Watch the video below; 

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The real-life diet of Salt Bae, who has great abs

The key to becoming a global food icon like Salt Bae? Four hours of sleep, nuts, and jumping rope.

If you’ve spent any time on Salt Bae’s Instagram—and let’s be honest, you have—it’s a treasure chest of videos involving, but not limited to, meat, fitness, tight white tees, swagger, Diddy, abs, knife acrobatics, and more meat. By all Instagram appearances, the Man Who Became a Meme—real name: Nusret Gökçe—is living the good life. But it left us with some questions. What does a professional meat man eat for a living? And how did a sensual salt sprinkler get in such good shape? So we asked him—and he answered over e-mail, busy as he is running a global steakhouse chain.


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What do you eat every day for breakfast, lunch, and dinner?
I take in a lot of protein. For breakfast it’s oatmeal usually, sometimes hard-boiled egg whites—never the yolks—with tomatoes and cheese and a piece of toast. I’m typically too busy working in the restaurant during the day to have lunch, but then have a large piece of red meat for dinner with whatever vegetables are around.

What about for a snack, if you get hungry?
I do have nuts in the afternoon.

What’s your go-to guilty-pleasure meal?
No meal should make you feel guilty if you eat healthily and exercise regularly.


How much meat do you actually eat?
It’s not about the amount. I have the amount of protein I need every day to fuel myself. I’m very busy.

How did you first get so interested in meat?

I needed a job to help my family growing up in Turkey. So I became a butcher. And I loved it. So here we are.


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When and how did you learn the signature Salt Bae move?
I’ve been doing it for a long time, it just came naturally to me.

#saltbae #salt#saltlife 👊🏽

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What is your daily workout? Or, if it changes every day, what are some of the workouts or exercises you enjoy doing most?

I​ prefer boxing and body-weight work. It gives me the definition and core strength I want. A lot of jumping rope, ropes, anything to not only stimulate muscle but also keep me quick. I have to be fast in the kitchen.

How do you balance your love of food with your desire to keep your body in prime shape?
They go hand in hand. I have to fuel my body to work out and work out to eat the food I love.

How do you maintain your fitness and diet on the road, while travelling?
Jumping rope and body weight you can do anywhere. I also love to play soccer.

Who has been the most interesting or memorable celebrity to come to your restaurant?
I don’t think about the celebrities in my restaurants—they are just another guest who needs great food and great service.



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At the end of each day, I saw you say you do a mental evaluation. What does that look like?
I review my day and everything that happened in the kitchen before I fall asleep. This way I can always improve.

How much do you sleep?
About 4 hours, sometimes less if it’s a busy day in the kitchen. I don’t feel exhausted. I think my diet and exercise prevent this.

[Via GQ]


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