No matter how small a thing, there are always people who pay attention and notice things like that. Celebrities are often seen in public.
Sibonga Nene, better known as Big Zulu by profession, is a South African rapper, singer and actor. A.D. After releasing the single "Donsa Nkabi" in 2016, he signed a record deal with Universal Music in 2015 and released his debut album Ushun Wenkabi in 2018. This talented Zulu rap star will be known for his 2020 song. The 'Imali engini' track that has captured the attention of everyone around the world.
The 35-year-old Bergville star recently shared photos of his new BMW car in his garage on Instagram. Post caption: "Shweele Bz GP ... Welcome Home Ngiyabonga @reyzgama @ exclusive_bmw_e30 Stay tuned for your e30 purchase.
Almost everyone congratulates the award-winning musician with the words, "Congratulations Nakabi." One side is black, then the other on the right is orange, does it look strange?
Comments about it were as follows: "Why is this Ilangafani?" Xhosa comment translated translated: 'Why are you wearing shoes that don't fit?' Another comment was: "Your turmoil is inconsistent, is it metaphor or what?" In any case, check out some of the comments below.
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