LOVE will make you do strange things . . . and lust even worse.
Vuzu presenter Siyabonga “Scoop” Ngwekazi was allegedly so horny recently that he forgot his manners.
Siyabonga, who doesn’t have a car, allegedly verbally abused tuk-tuk driver Derrick Musoke in Westdene on Thursday morning.
Siyabonga was allegedly on his way to the garage to buy condoms when he stopped a tuk-tuk near Westdene Dam – but the tuk-tuk was going in opposite direction.
“The driver told him he was rushing to fetch someone who called for transport. But Siyabonga said he’s the one who called,” said a UJ student, who wants to remain anonymous.
The student said Siyabonga kept insisting he’s the one who called,despite the driver maintaining it’s not him.
“So Siyabonga jumped in the tuk-tuk and screamed at the driver to stop questioning him,” claimed the source.
The student claimed Siyabonga yelled: “What the f*ck is your problem? Just take me to the f*ckin garage!”
The source said Siyabonga kept hurling insults at the driver for the rest of the trip and pushed him tohurry up.
“He asked: ‘Are u deaf, my man? I had to tell you the same thing six times already’,” said the source.
The source said a few minutes later Siyabonga’s mood changed and he started laughing.
“He said there was no need for drama and that he just wanted to get something from the garage.
“He told the driver he needs the money and then he disappeared into the garage store and returned with a box of condoms,” the student told Sunday Sun.
The student added that Siyabonga chucked a R50 note at the driver and demanded to be taken back home.
“As we drove back, the driver got a call from the lady who booked him earlier. Siyabonga overheard the conversation and said, ‘Okay, so I lied, so what? This is Jozi, you snooze you lose. And besides, you need the money, dude,’” said the student.
“He then jumped out of the tuk-tuk without saying thank you or apologising.”
This week, tuk-tuk driver Derrick confirmed that Siyabonga insulted him.
“He was very rude,”Derrick said.
He told the People’s Paper he didn’t know Siyabonga but the student in his tuk-tuk told him he was a TV presenter.
“As he was insulting me, I kept quiet to avoid any confrontation.
“I just ignored him. I saw him coming back with a box of condoms and I took him back,” said Derrick.
“He should have spoken to me nicely,” he said.
Siyabonga could not be reached for comment. He did not reply to our SMSes at the time of going to print.