“No One Will Marry Minnie and Boity” – MacG Claims Slik Talk Is Right About ‘It Girls’
Outspoken radio personality and podcaster MacGyver “MacG” Mukwevho has sensationally claimed that no one in the “industry” will marry Minnie Dlamini or Boity Thulo. MacG declared that nobody in their right mind would ever marry an “it girl.”
MacG was speaking on Minnie Dlamini’s divorce from husband of four years Quinton Jones. During the latest episode of Podcast and Chill, MacG told co-hosts Sol Phenduka and Ghost Lady that Slik Talk was right about “it girls.”
The controversial motormouth Youtuber recently returned following the news of Minnie Dlamini and Quinton Jones’ divorce. Slik Talk had a go at both Minnie and Quinton and claimed that Minnie had divorced a simp after securing the bag.
On the latest episode of Podcast and Chill, MacG seems to echo Slik Talk. He claims that Minnie Dlamini and Boity Thulo are “it girls.” He then argues that no one in the industry will marry the two because they know what they have been up to since “it girls” are all about securing the bag.
“But that is the thing bro, nobody in their RIGHT MIND would ever marry an it girl. No one in their right mind, I kid you not, Bro.
“It girls, Slik Talk was right. They will do whatever it takes….It girls will do whatever it takes to secure the bag.
“In life, as a ninja, you might have money, but there is always someone with a bigger bag. So you will never have the biggest bag. So, which means your it girl is always up for sale.
Following an interjection by Ghost Lady, MacG continued saying,
You cant wife an it girl. You hit and run. That’s it. Tell me which it girl has had a successful marriage. I will wait.
The thing is that the nig**s that these it-girls marry, right its rich nig**s that do not know about the industry. If you are in the industry, everybody knows what these girls get up to in the industry.
No one in the industry is gonna marry Minnie Dlamini because we all know what she has been up to. Nobody is gonna marry Boity; we all know the shit she has been up to.
Despite initially showing misgivings, Sol Phenduka later concedes that there is no girl who has had a successful marriage.
Minnie and Quinton were married for four years, and the two have a one-year-old son, Netha, together. The two tied the knot in 2017 in a lavish ceremony that aired on Showmax in a three-part wedding special titled Becoming Mrs Jones.
The couple announced their divorce on Tuesday afternoon. Minnie and Quinton said the decision to divorce was reached following consultations with their families and counsellor. They also stressed that they remain friends, business partners and loving parents to their son.