Black Coffee has broke the internet after being spotted wearing a sweater worth R50 000, it is not the first time he is seen wearing something that could pay someone’s rent.
He is always wearing expensive designer clothes and leaving South African citizens in stitches, people are praising him and some are even saying that money that he used to buy a jersey could maintain them for the whole year.
Black Coffee is a South African artist who is popularly known for his deep house, he has been living overseas because his music is loved by many over there and here in the country only a few people understand his music.
Some people began to even get it now after he has grown big, sometimes your talent will not be seen by your own people but people from outside...Black Coffee is one of the chosen one.
He has been having problems with his baby mama who has been accusing him of various things including assault and not paying for electricity etc, there was a point where he even had to defend himself on social media in order to set the record straight.
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