Most South African artists have worked hard to get where they are, some of these artists had nothing just a few years ago but now owns luxurious houses, cars and businesses.
Artists have been advised about saving money and not spend it on unimportant things that might end up destroying them or leave them broke. It is very jmportant for famous artists to have qualified financial advisers who would teach and show them how to save money to avoid dying broke.
When some artists makes it to the top, they brag and show off their expensive belongings to the public. Some artists end up attacking at each other by mentioning each others flops and disadvantages. Maskandi artists are some of the artists who love bragging and dissing but now it seems as if this trend has passed on to other genres of music.
Gospel artists Thina Zungu is one of the artists who seem to be loving the bragging game. Many people are aware or have seen his double story mansion as he has been bragging and posting it on social media and news media. A post that was shared by Ukhozi FM presenter Khathide Tshatha on social media left many people in stitches.
Tshatha shared a picture of a toilet seat with stair way which he said it belongs to Thinah. Tshatha posted this picture and complimented Thinah for having a double storey mansion and a double storey Toilet at the same time.
'@thinahzungu My brother you're the man, you also have a double storey toilet.' Stated Tshatha on a caption
Sources: @mctshatha on Instagram
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