Barry comes to talk about what he thinks is going on with the great guitarist and musician Zahara. He thinks that all celebrities or famous people should make or have a backup plan for when things go wrong, so they don't have to end up in Zahara's situation, which is really bad.
He suggested that celebrities build a house from their real rural home, buy a car, and leave the car at the house. That way, if things get rough in the city, they know they have a house and a car at the house. Barry is doing something very smart, and it's a good idea that many people should look into.
People say all the time that even if you live in Johannesburg, it might not be your real home and that people move there because they can find work there. As for musicians, it's all about the deals they make with record companies that put them on the map and make them famous. Even though things are going well for them, they should think about what could go wrong and come up with a solution. If it does happen, they will be in a tough spot.
Zahara has been asking for help on social media, but a lot of other people don't want to help her, so they have been busy attacking her for a while. She even begged the Kaizer Chiefs football team to help her pay the rest of the money for her house, but it didn't work because her house is going to be sold at auction.
Barry Roux wants to tell everyone what to do, but King Monada of Limpopo has already done that. Because he built himself a beautiful house, and if he ever runs out of money, he knows he can start over in the comfort of his own home.
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