The Netflix reality TV program is back with the same cast and some new faces, and this time it has more stories and mysteries. Martin Asare Amankwa and Peace Hyde are the show’s creators. Season 2 is produced by Hyde and Adelaide Joshua-Hill, and it features nine episodes with a 45-minute average run length.
The main cast includes Khanyi Mbau, Annie Macaulay-Idibia, Diamond Platnumz, Innocent Idibia, Nadia Nakai, Zari, Swanky Jerry, Naked DJ, Andile Ncube, Kayleigh Schwark, Bonang Matheba, Fantana, Luis Munana, Sebabatso Mothibi, and Rosette Ncwana. Just like Season 1 no Kenyan celebrity made the cut.
Diamond decides to throw a party in South Africa and invites all of his pals now that he has returned from his trip. Everyone, including those with a score to settle, is invited, according to his companion Naked. The celebration is joined by everyone, including some unfamiliar faces, and chaos ensues. Diamond is enraged by his friend Andile’s flirtatious behavior toward Zari, the mother of Diamond’s children. Despite having moved on from Zari, he finds it awkward to witness his friend making advances toward her among the other ladies.
A disagreement between Annie and Swanky becomes the topic of conversation for the group. Swanky, a careless guy, disrespects Annie in front of everyone, forcing Annie to leave the party in order to maintain her respect. Then Bonang, the ex-girlfriend of Nadia’s current boyfriend, shows up at the gathering. Nadia and Bonang were also close friends who got divorced. The number of bizarre links will undoubtedly surprise viewers.
Following the party, the pals gather with their chosen friends and engage in ruthless trash-talking. I find it repulsive that they are pals and backbite. The locales and clothes in these scenes bothered us the most. These people are how wealthy? Of course they’re wealthy, so we get the premise of the program, but man, they all look expensive all the time.
Going on, how can we bear more till the ninth episode given how many betrayals there were in one episode? The drama in each episode changes, and for us, the ladies competing for a man is the climax. These ladies battle for a male who shows the least interest in them and refer to themselves as Queens. Fortunately, there are a few women who are sensible and try to explain out that the males are to blame, but nah, the clawing women just won’t listen.
Can we discuss Andile? The man is truly irritating. The mother of Diamond’s children, Zari, is a subject of his fascination. This isn’t too horrible, we guess. But why is Andile making both of his ex-wives feel this way? Who the hell would attend their current crush’s birthday party with their two unreliable ex-wives? This lunatic did. He invited Rosetta and Seba to Zari’s birthday party only to hear the two women argue. Seriously?
Fantana is a fresh new chick. Although she professes to be the youngest and smartest of them all, she behaves immaturely. She knows Diamond cares the least about her, yet she still thinks he is keeping her in first place. Rosetta is well aware of Diamond’s present relationship, and she can tell that he is lying. Also, Luis informs her that she is more than just a side chick, but the woman simply ignores him.
Oh my goodness, this episode has too many grouchy elements for us to keep talking about. They possess intelligence, riches, and other qualities. Basic decency, however, is not on their agenda. They scream their heads out whenever a drama occurs wherever they go. Yet the justifications would be so trivial. Please halt.
Our final thoughts?
Its worth watching if you like useless drama and opulence