26 November 2021
When it comes to the entertainment field it is not easy to tell if the person really requires talent or they need to have a proper background with good financial stability. Some celebrities, however, like the Qwabe twins, Mshunqisi Dladla, Sjava, and many more have shown that in the category of entertainment talent matters the most in this field. Today we will be looking at celebrities who had it easy, not necessarily rich but from rich families.
Before the Amapiano star became famous he had attended different schools in Sandton including Highlands North Boys High School which is a public school for only boys. Although the school is open to everyone, the school fees amount close to R10 000. After finishing school Mr JazziQ attempted different private schools to get a proper education, unfortunately, he never made it and resorted to music where he found love for amapiano.
DBN Gog's family is in relation with former minister Jeff Radebe and Bridget Radebe. The billionaire Patrice Motsepe is the younger brother of Bridget Motsepe, whose older sister is married to Cyril Ramaphosa. DBN Gogo was born into a wealthy family, but she chose not to rely on her family's fame but instead worked hard for herself and went viral for her music production skills.
The mama's boy who recently bought a BMW M4 is exceptionally one of the richest kids in Africa. Andile Mpisane's net worth is estimated to be $2,4 million. Even though Andile is one of the richest kids, he remains one of the coolest kids, and he only parties and looks after his own mom's businesses.
Firstly, Ally is not a celebrity she is born by the late Shona Ferguson and Conny Ferguson. The family owns the biggest media houses producing company called Fergusons Films. Although Ally is born from this rich family she is still adamant is pursuing her career as a drum beat maker.
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