Khanyisile Mbau needs no special introduction in the South African entertainment industry. She took over from the late Lindiwe Chibi as the legendary Doobsie in Muvhango and got fired after being with the show for only a few months, then she started a steamy romance with enterpeneur Mandla Mthembu. Mthembu, chairman of Martial Eagle Investments, is estimated to be worth about R2.5-billion. The Sunday Times and Sowetan featured letters from people criticising Khanyisile calling her agold digger, saying she flaunted what she has in an article about her 600 pairs of shoes and seven cars – one for every day of the week.

Six years ago Khanyi Mbau was just a name but today she’s become a big brand that’s associated with fast cars,gold-digging, baby-mama drama, reality shows, domestic violence and a wealthy hubby. Khanyisile Mbau is human like all of us. Some of us love attention and some of us don’t. Whether we love it or not and whatever we think or what the media says, she is being herself. While journalists write negative comments about her, she’s out there having the time of her life.

Even if she’s messing up her life, marriage(s) and future. Its her life. She’s got the paparazzi and celeb-watchers wrapped around those blinged-up fingers, thanks to her outspoken diva attitude. But you know what? It works for her and we love to hate her. Even though it’s been a while since she sizzled up the small screen, people are still talking about her stint in Muvhango. You could say Khanyi exploited her fame as an actress to launch her media career.

Karrine Steffans is what some like to call an attention whore *no pun intended*. But, that same attention whore, who formerly goes by the name “Superhead,” has plenty of experience in the sexual department. Her debut memoir “Diary Of A Video Vixen” reigns as a New York Times Bestseller and trumps every tell-all book created in its lane. The detailed pages of her vixen series are flooded with advice, from pleasuring your man to living a more fulfilled lifeKarrine turned her vibrant sexual appetite into a career thus leading us to what we came here for…