Huge Zulu is a vehicle turning devotee, and he adores his BMWs. He as of late exhibited his turning abilities until his tires wore out. Conceived Siyabonga Nene, the performer came from a modest start, ascending to become one of South Africa's top hip jump artists.
The craftsman was advancing his show in Newcastle on Saturday when he shared recordings of himself turning a dark BMW until the tires wore out.
The adoration for driving
Prior to seeking after a music vocation, the KZN based rapper was a cabbie for a long time. In one of his recordings, he conceded that he didn't pass his school and needed to make due with whatever came his direction. He made a leap forward in acting when he showed up in soapie Isibaya.
He likewise showed up on Mzansi's most-watched dramatization Uzalo.
While he isn't instructed, Big Zulu continues supporting younger students by giving books, printers and workstations to assist them with contracting a less muddled way than he strolled. He as of late gave to Obonjaneni Primary School, a school in Bergville where he did his essential training.
Big Zulu purchased another Gusheshe
Having brought in sufficient cash through acting and music, the ex-cab driver is presently seeking after his side interests. He is fixated on the adoration for turning and quick vehicles and the cumbersome rapper purchased a 80s maroon BMW gusheshe. Before long purchasing the vehicle, he tested maker DJ Maphorisa to a turning fight.
The vehicle isn't the first in quite a while assortment as he possesses an armada of BMW E30s. The rapper has an assortment of pursued vintage vehicles that he frequently shares via online media.
Before long getting it, Big Zulu didn't sit around idly testing it out and about. He shared a video turning the vehicle in a street.
Big Zulu destroys his tires.
Big Zulu flaunted his turning stunts in another new video he shared online until his tires wore out.
Source: Savannah news
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