Mbau’s vajayjay rules the roast

2014-04-06 10:00

Khanyi Mbau’s vagina took centre stage ahead of Kenny Kunene at the Sushi King’s much-awaited roast, with sexist insults ruling the night.

The roast, hosted by Comedy Central, pits celebrities against one another as they take pot shots and stab each other with stinging jokes and jabs.

Kunene’s turn came on Thursday night at Joburg’s Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City, where British comedian Jimmy Carr was the roast master.

Carr announced the panel of supposed celebrities was a gathering of “the who’s who of who’s that?” referring to his lack of knowledge of local “stars”.

What should have been a night about Kunene – an aspiring politician who infamously ate sushi from bikini-clad women before renouncing bling and his unofficial title as king of skhothanes – instead became all about female genitals, women’s bodies and gay men.

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