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OPINION: South African artists who own expensive car collections (see photos)

South African artists who own experience cars or have a mouthwatering car collection.

In the article, we will not cover all the South African artists, however, we will just talk about the few. In the future, we will talk about more artists.

We will focus mainly on Black Coffee, Andile Mpisane, Dj Coach Tsekeleke and also Dj Melzi.

These four artists mentioned above are all South African artists who have worked hard for what they own now - except for Andile Mpisane.

All these artists own different types of cars that many people would die to have them.

Let us have a look at them below:

Black Coffee

Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo is considered as the most successful artist in the country at the moment.

At the age of 45, Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo still manages to play in many different countries, with different international artists.

He owns a couple of expensive vehicles, including a Mercedes cars and some other vehicles.

DJ Coach Tsekeleke

He might be popularly known as DJ Coach, however, his real names are Kgopotso Mmutlane. 

Kgopotso Mmutlane is considered as one of the best Forex traders in the country - if not in the continent.

The multi-millionaire owns dozens of vehicles that costs a lot of money. He also released a track titled "Buya Kimi", which became a hit.

Andile Mpisane

Andile Mpisane is a Hip hop artist, and also a soccer player who is also a chairman. The 20-year old is a chairman of Royal AM Football Club. The club is owned by his mother Shawn Mkhize.

At the age of only 20, the artist is a owner of different types of cars that costs millions.

DJ Melzi

DJ Melzi's real names are Andile Mpai. The AmaPiano artist is one of the artists who has not been in the industry for a long time.

He is also a Forex trader who has been doing well for himself.

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Andile Mpisane Black Coffee Melzi South African Tsekeleke


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