Kabza De Small, is a South African DJ and record producer. He was born in Mpumalanga and raised in Pretoria. He has been referred to as the king of the Amapiano genre. Motha has collaborated extensively with record producer DJ Maphorisa. Forbes ranked Kabza 18th in the Forbes Under 30 list in 2021.
You may buy the most expensive designer labels with money... Can it, however, buy you style? After seeing Kabza De Small's new costume, many tweeps believe she isn't...
The DJ, who is known for his designer splurges, was criticized on Twitter after a photo of him dressed up went viral.
Kabza de Small is seen in a weird head-to-toe costume by US designer Rick Owens in a photo shared on Twitter by celebrity blogger Musa Khawula.
The ensemble consists of a jacket, slacks, and sneakers with intricate rope accents. And the style was also quite pricey!
The "TECUATL" lace-up jacket costs $2,586 (R39 000), the "Mega Lace" cargo trousers cost $2120 (R34 000), and the "Laced Leather" combat boots cost more than $2000. (R30 000).
Unfortunately for Kabza, many tweeps were not impressed by the look nor the price tag.
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