Kwesta, Suzelle DIY and Lorna Maseko go head-to-head in a pizza showdown

Kwesta (Photo: Gallo images)
Kwesta (Photo: Gallo images)

Johannesburg – What's better than a slice of pizza? How about a slice of pizza made by your favourite celebrity? 

Local stars Kwesta, Suzelle DIY and Lorna Maseko, have teamed up with Col'Cacchio for the Celeb Chef Showdown which will see them go head-to-head to discover who is the best at making pizza.  

All three celebrities have designed their own pizzas with unique toppings, and now the public gets to decide whose pizza they prefer by simply purchasing them from their nearest Col'Chacchio restaurant.  

All funds raised through the showdown will be donated to the Children's Hospital Trust. 

Since its inception in 2009, the celeb chef series has raised over R2 million toward charitable causes, a press release states.  

These are the pizza's created by the stars: 

Kwesta and Khai – The "kwesta DaKhai" 

Rapper Kwesta was joined by his daughter Khai Vilakazi who helped come up with their yummy creation. It's made of a tomato base, mozzarella, green pepper, onion, russians, pepperoni and more. 

Suzelle DIY – "Spanakopizza" 

YouTube sensation and Most Ridiculous host, Suzelle DIY's pizza consists of the following: spinach and tomato base, mozzarella, spinach & feta mix, sping onion, Fior Di Latte mozzarella, phyllo pastry crunch. 

Lorna Maseko – Lorna's D'lite 

Celebrity chef Lorna Maseko's pizza is made from: "Lite" pizza with a tomato base, mozzarella, chicken, mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, pickled jalapeno and avo. Served with a "lite" salad.  

Speaking in a statement to the press, Kwesta says his goal was to create a pizza that would appeal to a wide range of people.  

"I am completely thrilled to be participating in this amazing initiative and to be doing it with my daughter Khai has made it even more special. The 'Kwesta DaKhai' is definitely the kind of pizza that we would go for. We wanted to create a signature pizza that would appeal to the masses with the aim to raise as much as we could for the Children's Hospital Trust who continue to do such remarkable work."

Compiled by Nikita Coetzee 

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