On his Facebook timeline Sunday, Maphorisa made his Dubai debut at Dubai Expo 2020. The event was postponed last year and kept the name even though it took place in 2021. Phori couldn't help but brag that he was making "a lot of money" despite not disclosing the amount.
Maphorisa joins the many Mzansi celebrities who have traveled to Dubai for the Dubai Expo, including Blaq Diamond, Dali Wonga, Mandla Ngcongwane, Zikhona Sodlaka, and Thando Thabethe and her friend Lunga Tshabalal.
On a live Facebook, Maphorisa said that she loves to travel because she has helped broaden her horizons on how different countries are doing things in the music industry.
“I am interested in the game. I am not perfect. I know I have a tendency to shit sometimes. I have traveled a lot and have seen the formulas they use. So you wonder why Maphorisa can rap, sing, hang up and do business. It is because I have traveled and adapted.
“I understand how the music industry works, I understand how it works. I created my own formula for making music and the charts. I created this shit from scratch. I sat down and analyzed, ”she said.
The musician seems to be making more money than usual in this country since he is at a ring or telling his fellow South Africans that whatever it is he is making a lot of money.
One would wonder what it is seen because even in this country there is enough money to pay him becausenow it seems like he’s saying that, those who hire him literally not paying him enough money for him or for his performances which he does in country.
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