Cape Town – The Podcast and Chill team arranged a special surprise for the Macgyver Mukwevho, popularly known as MacG, as he recently celebrated his 35th birthday.
The team had strippers appear mid-show to deliver birthday gifts to MacG.
However, it was not the unusual appearance of half-naked strippers twerking in front of cameras that got tweeps’ attention.
Tweeps were particularly impressed by Sizwe Dhlomo who was being interviewed on the show and appeared to have been unbothered by the activities while MacG and his cohost, Sol Phenduka enjoyed the show.
Sizwe, who is also Kaya 959 radio DJ, shared his thoughts on politics, a decline of local hip-hop in SA, and more.
“One of the things why hip-hop was in a dire state as of late is because a lot of the guys who got access to those platforms and opportunities decided they want to be artists themselves.
“In my view, you can’t be a referee and a player at the same time. So if, for example, your duty is to push talent, then do that. Don’t be jealous of talent in any way, don’t feel like you have to block them because they’ve got a song and you also have a song coming out. That’s a conflict of interest, in my view.
“I was very clear I never wanted to do music,” said Sizwe.
However, despite MacG’s well-known skills to get information out of people, Sizwe revealed how he grew up but very little about his personal life.
When asked when he would have kids, he said: “I’ll have kids when I get married.”
Picture: Twitter/ @hloni_motumi
Compiled by Olwethu Mpeshe