There are always individuals who pay attention and notice such things, no matter how insignificant they seem. Celebrities are usually noticed because they are seen by nearly everyone.
Siyabonga Nene, better known by his stage name Big Zulu, is a rapper, songwriter, and actor from South Africa. After releasing the single "Donsa Nkabi" in 2016, he shot to fame. In 2015, he secured a record deal with Universal Music, and his debut album, Ushun Wenkabi, was published in 2018. This amazing Zulu rap musician is best known for his 2020 'anthem' hit 'Imali eningi,' which has captured the hearts of people all over the world.
This 35-year-old Bergville native recently published photos on Instagram (Instagram) of himself showing off his brand new BMW automobile in the garage. "Shweele Bz GP... welcome Home," said the caption of the post. @reyzgama Ngiyabonga You may reach out to @exclusive bmw e30 on Twitter. Keep them in mind while you shop for an E30.
Almost everyone was impressed and congratulated this award-winning musician, with comments such as "congratulations nkabi," "amazing!" and others. Your automobile is fantastic. However, as I previously stated, there are individuals that notice practically everything, and they have spotted Big Zulu's shoes (flip flops) not matching each other, the one on the left side being black, and the other on the right side being orange, which seems unusual.
"Why unxibe izihlangu ezingafani?" was one of the comments. 'Why are you wearing mismatched shoes?' says a Xhosa comment. "Your flip flops don't match each other, is it a style or what?" said the other person. In any case, have a look at some of the comments below:
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