Mkhululi Siqula popularly known as Heavy K, is a musician and record producer who hails from Port Elizabeth. He gained prominence when he released the house music hits Wena, Sweetie and Umoya. Some people know him as the supposed twin brother of singer Nokwazi Dlamini. After speculations that they may be related due to their striking resemblance, it was found that the two artists are not related in any how.
Heavy K showed off his cooking skills on social media. He said to his followers "I don't only cook in the studio".He cooked delicious oxtail stew, with steam bread and posted the plate on his Facebook page. People were impressed and others could not believe that he really cooked the meal. Heavy K confirmed its really the work the hands of his hands. Some said they wished to open a restaurant with them but he said they're not on same level.
Is Heavy K better than former minister Tito Mboweni? Tito Mboweni also shared his meals on social media but not everyone was pleased with history cooking skills.
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