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South Africa's MacG Apologies To Ari Lennox For Crass Interview

The podcast host and media personality set the internet alight after the inappropriate, juvenile questions he shot at the American R&B singer last month.

Last month, Podcast and Chill' host MacGyver “MacG” Mukwevho upset the internet after a rather uncomfortable conversation with American R&B songstress Ari Lennox on his podcast. During a discussion about Lennox's 2019 single "Pop" -- an explicit track establishing a suitor's real intentions after a rendezvous -- MacG's inner voice told the host that it would be a good idea to ask the singer about her own personal sex life. "And where are we at right now?" he asked. "Is someone f***ing you good right now?"

Yes. Yes, he did.

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Interview: Tecla Ciolfi On The Journey To Starting Her Popular Podcast ‘Texx Talks’

South African music journalist Tecla Ciolfi launched her podcast 'Texx Talks' at the height of lockdown in 2020. Since then, it has become one of the most notable music platforms in the country.

Tecla "Texx" Ciolfi has been a part of the South African music industry for approximately 15 years, in different capacities, most notably as a music journalist (Rolling Stone South Africa, Cape Times, Your LMG) — as well as the founder and editor-in-chief of the music blog Texx and The City. Between 2013 and 2017, Tecla was the South African editor for the French streaming platform Deezer.

Her recent venture into podcasting is an expansion of Texx and The City. In her weekly podcast Texx Talks, now in its fifth season, she interviews some of the country's top musicians. She's previously hosted the likes of Nasty C, Jeremy Loops, Shekhinah, and a lot more. And in South Africa's burgeoning podcasting scene, Texx Talks has become one of the country's most notable podcasts.

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