One might think that the music industry comes with a lot of opportunities and financial freedom. We'll, you have to rethink that because there's a lot of celebrities that are living from paycheck to paycheck. Are the Gucci bags and vacations to Dubai worth it? Absolutely not. Dr Malinga has been making music for as long as i can remember. With hit single like Akulalwa scooping multiple awards, he surely has made enough money to live comfortably, right? Join us as we unpack more of the story below.
It has been revealed by Entertainment commentator Musa Khawula that Dr Malinga's furniture is going to be on auction next week. This comes after he failed to stick to the payment terms that he agreed upon with the company. It was then forced to sell his furniture in order to recoup some of their money. Some of the items that are listed on the statement includes couches, a generator and TV amongst other things.
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People are very said about this situation whilst others have questioned themselves as to how celebrities spend their money. One would be lying if they'd indicated that Dr Malinga is spending money recklessly because he's not. Over the last few years, we've seen his career fading as young people got into the industry and introduced new genres like Gqom and Amapiano. It became difficult for him to adapt even after starting a record label.
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