Mo Flava caught wearing a G-String

Mo Flava caught wearing a G-String

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Metro FM radio personality and businessman Mo Flava recently shared a throwback Thursday we didn’t see coming. The man who hosts the breakfast show called ‘The Morning Flava’ on the station reminded us about the day he lost a bet against Khutso Theledi and had to wear a thong for the whole day. This was during Mo’s time on youth radio station YFM. His co-host at the time Khutso Theledi won their bet on a Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns game.

“Here’s a throwback. The only time I ever wore a g-string…lost a bet against @khutsotheledi during our radio show at Yfm. It had something to do with Chiefs and Sundowns.”

Fellow Zalebs including Gigi Lamayne and Dr Musa Mtombeni, who commented by saying, “The only time”, were left in tears.

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On his daily address last week on his Instagram account, he addressed certain topics including men who love gossip and Only Fans.

“I feel that guys gossip more than women,” he said. “It could be anything but it’s mostly other people’s relationships. What happened to us?” He asked the question to his fellow brothers. “Can anyone give an explanation?” Many of his followers supporting his statement about men loving gossip more than women.

Chatting to one to a fan through Instagram live, when Mo Flava asked her what she does for a living she revealed that she’s on Only Fans. “I started it as a joke.” She said. “I wasn’t that serious and I saw that I was making about 30k a month and I continued since.”

The young lady then revealed that she’s managed to make a quarter of a million in less than a year. “From the time that I started last year up until now, I can say that I made around 300k.” The fan debunked some ‘Only Fans’ myths, revealing that some people use the platform for music, others use it for their exercise lessons – so it depends from person to person. Check out the rest of the video on Mo Flava’s Instagram profile.

Mo Flava is one of South Africa’s most-talented radio personalities. He has been on the radio for more than a decade. He gained popularity on Youth radio station Y FM which he joined in 2007. After leaving Y he joined Metro FM.