It's true, success never comes easy and it will never fall from Heaven to you, all you have to do is get up hustle and make sure that you make it and never give up. Just like DJ Maphorisa, he never woke up rich as he has detailed how he became who he is now.
According to celebsnow media publication, DJ Maphorisa decided to crack fans ribs with a throwback of himself when he was in high school. On the picture you can see the well-known music producer shared a picture of himself carrying different school bags, while in school uniforms.
According to social media where this picture was shared, the music producer claims to have been a business man says he was a student at school, and talking about the bags, they were not meant for just his mails but to secure himself more funds while at school.
He further mentioned that the bucks were filled with sweets which he then sold to students to get extra cash for himself. That's a very wise 'student' business man from a young age until now he's reaping the rewards of his success.
DJ Phori claims that he was allegedly famous from school and made it known that it has been always is lifestyle being famous even from a young age at school.
"It's in the morning I'm holding 3 bags, 2 bags I filled with sweets and snacks, money isn't new to me being a businessman since High School. Been famous," he revealed.
Is true when they say money don't grow on trees, money is made. DJ Maphorisa is one of those success stories to have come from school up until now. The DJ is very much successful, he is one of the top earning DJ's in South Africa.
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