Living a posh lifestyle is an enjoyable experience. The Inkabi record is a living example of how meaningless life would be without money. Big Zulu, a South African artist, recently caused a stir on social media by posting a picture of himself sitting in a chair and getting ready to go on tour.
As soon as mzansi saw that a black man could be seen in his images while he was sitting down to relax, everyone started talking. While Big Zulu was on the phone, the youngster was observed polishing and mending Big Zulu's shoe soles. It was recently reported by BigZulu on his social media profile that he had left Durban.
"iThuna lendoda lisendlelenoff to Durban" is the caption (English translation; a grave of a man is on its way...off to Durban, off to Durban)
Mzansi couldn't stop gushing about the Inkabi record's life. He's one of South Africa's best-known musicians. BigZulu is having a fantastic time and it's not a secret that he's wealthy. After spotting a young man buffing his shoes, BigZulu caused a stir. His boots have become a hit with the public because of their unique style. While his boots may have drawn the attention of the public, it wasn't just because of the boots themselves that people were enamored with him. Big Zulu is being assisted by a companion as he puts on his shoes.
Many of his supporters and fans have been expressing their admiration for him. Hundreds of people flocked to his I box to leave him nice and sincere remarks.
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