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Big Zulu Is Rebuilding His Grandmother's Mud House.

It is true that through hard work, patience and determination, anything is possible. It is now all over social media platforms that Big Zulu is rebuilding his grandmother's house, where he was raised.

Siyabonga Nene is a South African rapper, professionally know as Big Zulu. He was born and raised in Bergville, KwaZulu-Natal. He was born in 1986 on the 7th of April.

The 35 year old started as a taxi driver for so many years, but in 2008 he left the job to pursue his career in music. He rose to fame after releasing the single "Donsa Nkabi" in 2016.

Today, we all know him as a successful singer, songwriter and actor. He has won several awards in 2021 and has been nominated in a few categories such as, best male artist and also best hip hop album.

As of August 2020, Siyabonga partnered with Spitz as the ambassador of Carvela.

Here are the photos of the house he is rebuilding for his grandmother:

Big Zulu shared on Instagram the photo of his grandmother's mud house. It is clear that the house is not suitable for living. " Just as I said that I will rebuild my grandmother's house where I was is the progress", he captioned the post.

Big Zulu added that, his grandmother, Gogo Doris, lived in a home not suitable for anyone, especially a queen like her.

The South African rapper shared the progress of the house he is rebuilding for his grandmother. As you can see, this house is totally different from the one she used to live in. This is a modern house and by the look of things, it is going to be more comfortable than the first one. He had his fans inspired after sharing the house his grandmother used to live in.

This is the proof that indeed humble beginnings bring about great things.

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