Diski Divas Wendy Parker and Nonhle Ndala fight on Kaya FM

By Drum Digital
08 May 2015

"The way Wendy carried herself isn't proper. We condemn that type of behavior," Mosibudi.

Wendy Parker and Katlego (Kat) Mohauduba's contracts with the popular Mzansi Magic reality show, Diski Divas, have been terminated with immediate effect.

The termination of their contracts was announced by the show's broadcaster in a press release.

"This follows an altercation involving the two women with Nonhle Ndala. Mzansi Magic does not condone acts of violence and, supports Connect TV's decision to take immediate and significant action," the statement says.

"Diski Divas will continue and whilst viewers will see both Paker and Mohauduba over the next two weeks, they will not feature in the series beyond this point. Mzansi Magic accepts that whilst Diski Divas is an unscripted reality series, any unacceptable behaviour of cast members will not be tolerated," the statement continued.

The producers have also apologised to Kaya FM, the radio station where the altercation took place.

"We extend our appreciation to Kaya FM for their swift action and apologise that this incident occurred on their premieses during what should have been a routine interview."

Mzansi Magic the channel that screens Diski Divas has spoken out against the Friday incident when two of the show's stars Wendy Parker and Nonhle Ndala had a physical fight at Kaya FM.

"Mzansi Magic would like to thank the team at Kaya FM for their swift action in intervening during the incident on Friday, 8 May 2015. It is deeply saddening that the individuals concerned chose to resolve their differences in such an irresponsible manner. Mzansi Magic does not support any acts of violence," said Nkateko Mabaso, Director of Local Interest Channels at M-Net.

Diski Divas stars Nonhle Ndala and Wendy Parker were removed from the Kaya FM show Homefront this evening. This was after Wendy and Nonhle exchanged slaps live on air.

Nonhle confirmed on the show that she is pregnant with her soccer star boyfriend Andile Jali's child. During the heated arguement Wendy said that Nonhle isn't a spouse and shouldn't be on the show.

The show's host Mosibudi Whitehead and Sotho Lenkoe had to go on ad break and literally play referee after the arguement turned physical.

Wendy was upset that Nonhle said the other ladies on the show were not on her level.

"There was some slapping and I separated the girls. We are not blaming anyone but we don't support that kind of behavior. We didn't like that they chose to fight on our platform," Sotho says.

Nonhle and Wendy were taken outside the studio to calm done and were asked to leave the studio.

Producers  took Nonhle to the police station on Friday night and a case was opened around midnight last night.

And DRUM can reveal that Nonhle is not the only pregnant one as Wendy is also six weeks pregnant with Bernard Parker's child. The story in developing...

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