Come spinning with Big Zulu, they said.
No, not on a stationary bike in a gym with a trainer whooping and fist pumping. But rather, spinning - as in somewhere in the peri-urban hinterland outside Johannesburg.
The Lido Conference Centre, it turns out, is where you take your clapped-out 80s BMW, install a V8 engine and then do things to the tyres, the steering and the handbrake that were definitely not specified in the owner's manual.
It's loud, it's fun, it's verging on the insane and it's where the spectacularly successful Big Zulu gets to relax.
Inkabi is an assassin in taxi slang, and for those who don't know Big Zulu, born Siyabonga Nene in Bergville, KwaZulu-Natal, he spent many years as a taxi driver.
To say he is killing it this year is to be a little understated. Success on this scale, however, has its drawbacks. Big Zulu can't go out into the world without getting mobbed.
Checkout the pictures of Big Zulu spinning cars below:
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