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Take a look at 4 South African celebrities who own a Rolce Royce

The amount of money celebrities make in the South African entertainment industry has increased beyond imagination, So many South African celebrities can now afford luxury lifestyles and maintain their lifestyle, we have also noticed how celebrities can now afford any luxury car they desire.


Today we take a look at 4 South African celebrities who a Rolce Royce or two, these are very expensive cars that can cost anywhere from R4 million up R16 million and way above, this just comes to show that there is more money now in the entertainment industry, do drop a comment on what you think ofvthe amount of South African celebrities are making these days and be sure to share this content with your peers on social media platforms


Casper Nyovest

Mufasa was the first South African rapper to own a Bentley and to that collection the rap star added a Rolce Royce worth R8.8 million, there is really some big money in the music industry and Casper Nyovest showed us that in 2020.

Jimmy Tau

Tau is best known for his defense heroics for Kaizer Chiefs and it came as a shock to many when we found out he owns a Rolce Royce Phantom worth R4.4 million, we didn't know that playing the Psl during his time paid so well he is officially the first Psl player to own a Rolce Royce.

Connie Ferguson

Connie Ferguson and her late husband Shona Ferguson were the ultimate power couple in the television industry, they own a Rolce Royce that us easily worth R8 million after all why wouldn't they travel in style but unfortunately Connie has to travel alone in the Rolce Royce now.

Shauwn Mkhize

Now we know Mamkhize is the only celebrity in South Africa with the most expensive Rolce Royce, her Rolce Royce Cullinan is worth a staggering R16 million that price tag is enough to drive anyone crazy.

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