The “DJ Sbu”, real name “Sbu Leope”, that many “South Africans “have grown to know and love, is no longer who he once was. In his place, many now refer to him as a "dirty hobo." This is after” Dj Sub’s “look turns into a new complete makeover. He is no longer the clean “Dj Sbu “people are used to, the one who used to present friends like this.
A new image of the media personality and inventor of “Mofaya “went viral after it was noticed that he looked different. People no longer understand his looks ,he is no longer the same and he does not look clean anymore and that concerns the fans and the public.
Another "DIRTY" photo from “DJ SBU “goes viral.
“DJ Sbu “is seen in the image going around on Twitter sporting his now-signature dreadlocks and bristly beard while donning a cap, sunglasses, and a multicolored coat. He just wear for the sake of wearing ,his looks are no longer presentable, that is why it got many people worried.
Twitter users, however, are not at all taken aback by “DJ Sbu's “appearance and have compared him to a "homeless guy." His recent looks does not present his brand and what he stands for.
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