DJ Sbu has responded with laughter to criticisms made by users of social media concerning his appearance. DJ Sbu, whose true name is Sbusiso Leope, said in a video that people should stop bothering him about his large ntshebe and hair. The artist, entrepreneur, TV show, and radio broadcaster stated that his beard and hair were not as much of a concern in the country as other issues that needed to be addressed. "It would appear that some individuals believe I do not bathe.
Guys, step it up here. There are topics in our country that are far more important that we could be debating. Please don't touch my ntshebe or my hair. Guys, I have put in a lot of work over the years, and at this point I don't have anything left to prove. In the video, he can be heard chuckling while saying, "I'm good." "Ni ngi jwayela kabi mara yazi but I love you guys anyhow. I am not going to shave either my beard or my hair. Don't worry about my hair; instead, focus on the information that I share with you and watch how I move. If you want to know how to become a billionaire, pay attention to what I do.
DJ Sbu stated that the decision to grow his beard out and not comb it was a personal one. When someone grows out their hair or beard, it does not imply that they do not wash their hair or face. Those of you who are concerned about me should know that I am doing well and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. I'm on point. He remarked, "My team is doing well, our family is doing well, our children are doing great, our business is growing, and we are working."
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