Last week saw Soweto native, Tshepo Pitso - affectionately known as Don Dada a.k.a. the leader of the new school Skhothane movement - walk away with the R150,000 grand prize and title of the king of the Ultimate House Party.
This after the show's contestants went head-to-head each week in the hopes of impressing the panel of judges (consisting of comedian, Tol a$$ Mo (Mongezi Mahlangu), television personality, Bontle Modiselle and online radio star Carpo More) with their ability to unlock extraordinary enjoyment.
The 26-year-old self-taught graphic designer, video editor and drone pilot, Don Dada walked away with not only R150 000 in prize money, but also with the hearts of adoring TV fans.
“Winning the Castle Lite Ultimate House Party was more than a dream come true, it gave me the platform to demystify the stereotype of the Skhothane movement by showcasing our creativity in expressing our love for life. This is just the beginning for Don Dada and I thank Castle Lite for the life-changing opportunity,” said the winner in a statement.
Explaining why they chose to go this route, Castle Lite Marketing Manager Communications Africa, Ramona Kayembe, explained, "as an effort to drive consumers to make Castle Lite the beer of choice in any environment especially the home setting, we created a TV Show that would ignite the imagination of viewers and depict the various ways to enjoy the beer at home."
"We're excited about the success of this show which far exceeded our expectations. As a brand, we are encouraged by the support and will continue driving the message of responsible drinking through edutainment," she added.
What do you guys think? Could Don Dada be the next best thing in entertainment?
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