Dj Maphorisa buys a R1.5 million Cartier golden watch in Dubai. South Africa’s most popular producer, vocalist, and DJ performed at Dubai Expo 2020 concert, which was lined up last year and got cancelled due to the pandemic, hence maintaining its 2020 name.
Earlier on, Dj Maphorisa bragged on Facebook that he was making serious money on this concert. Even though he did not mention the the total amount, however, his spending behavior in Dubai is proof that he got a lot of money. .
“Madumane ke star. First time performing as Madumane, and it is in Dubai, and I’m getting serious money,” he wrote on Facebook after the performance in Dubai.
Dj Maphorisa was accompanied by artist Dali Wonga, splashed an equivalent of R2.5 million on Cartier golden jewellery in Dubai.
Dj Maphorisa couldn't wait to hold his Golden Jewelleries, he was seen in a video giving the seller a lot of cash.Dj Maphorisa was was not even surprised by the cost of the watch, he seemed very happy by the R1.5 million tag because he was set to splash a fortune on it.
Evidently happy after spoiling himself, Phori posted a video thanking The Most High for the blessings.
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