Brother or bodyguard?
Since her eviction from Big Brother Africa 3 (BBA3) a few months ago, the former Namibian representative has failed to attract intense media attention, unlike her predecessors.
But, her trips to network with the ‘big guns’ and secure contracts with various institutions, including the founding president, cannot go unnoticed.
What is more visible however is the fact that her blood brother – perhaps unemployed or resigned from work since his sister was kicked out of BBA3 - has made it his duty to become her bodyguard cum aide.
The brotha can be very annoying since, apart from being a bodyguard, he also wants to bask in the same limelight as his sister, posing for photos everywhere and barring fans from talking to her.
Sorry bro, your ‘boss’’ term is over. We are searching for a new housemate, so you better get your butt off the comfort couch and find yourself a proper job?
No wonder she was there!
A Namibian kwaito star, who is known for his lively stage performances, wowed fans when he flew Channel O’s VJ, who is rumoured to have slept with US hip-hop sensation Pharrel Williams, into Namibia to MC his CD launch.
Rumazz thought the whole thing was wonderful, until he got wind that the pair are engaged in a secret romance, which has the brother frequenting our southern neighbour as if it were his home.
His recent collaborations with artists from that country might sway his Namibian girlfriend, but Rumazz is convinced he is messing around beyond the borders.
Journalists don’t bite
Rumazz recently learnt that celebs freak out in the presence of ‘selected’ journalists.
At a Radio Energy gig at the coast on New Year’s Eve, one intoxicated artist, who has done collaborations with two well-known Namibian kwaito rivals, reportedly freaked out when a particular journalist moved in to greet him and wish him a prosperous New Year.
Another who hosted a year-end bash in Walvis Bay, also began showing attitude (a real trademark of his) encouraged by a recently published article about him.
Rumazz feels that celebs should consider journalists as human beings too – after all, they are just doing their job.
It’s not their fault that you celebs hit the news regardless of what you get up to. You chose to be in the limelight, so behave!