No matter how small a thing is, there are always those people who pay attention and notice such things. Celebrities usually get noticed mostly because they're being seen by almost everyone.
Siyabonga Nene, known professionally as Big Zulu, is a South African rapper, songwriter and actor. He rose to spotlight after releasing the single "Donsa Nkabi" in 2016. He signed a record deal with Universal Music in 2015 and released his debut album, Ushun Wenkabi, in 2018. This talented Zulu rap star is famously known for his 2020 'anthem' track 'Imali eningi' which took everyone's heart worldwide.
This 35 year-old Bergville born star recently shared pictures of himself Social media (Instagram) where by he was showing his brand new BMW car at the garage. The caption of the post was like: "Shweele Bz GP... welcome Home Ngiyabonga @reyzgama you can contact @exclusive_bmw_e30 follow them on your e30 purchase.
Almost everyone was impressed and congratulating this Award winning musician, the comment were like "congratulations nkabi", "wow! Your car is so awesome. However, as I've said that there are those people who notice almost everything, well they have noticed Big Zulu's shoes (flip flops) being not matching with each other, the one on the left side is black, then the other one on the right side orange, sound strange right?
The comments about that were like: "why unxibe izihlangu ezingafani?" Xhosa comment translated: 'why are you wearing mismatched shoes'. The other comment was like: "your flip flops are not matching with each other, is it a style or what?" Anyway check out some of the comments below:
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