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Bheki Mncube.
Bheki Mncube.


Chief Dwasaho! His Excellency Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, I didn’t tell you that I had a soft spot for Lindiwe “Princess” Sisulu. For the longest time, I had a gigantic crush on her.

You see, Mr President, I have an irrational affinity for educated yellow-bone women. So Princess Sisulu fits the bill. Yellow bones of the world unite against the slay queens; you have nothing to lose but the condition of being untouched.

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