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KONKA is where you can find millionaires having fun and spending money like it’s nobody’s business

(Source: - @KasiEconomy)

Living the life you want in life has been said many times to people in this world. The crazy thing is that once you do live your life to the fullest, you will get judged. Which might leave you confused, and don’t know what to do. It has to be said that there are people that live their lives in the open, as in they share it online and that might not apply to others that enjoy a private life. Everyone has their ways of having fun and living their lives the way they see fit. Hence you might find certain individuals that go out to different clubs or restaurants to spend a lot of money. That’s their form of enjoyment and fun, as they buy expensive things. 

Now, over the past couple of weeks, Club Konka has been trending as people cannot believe that there are individuals in Mzansi that continuously spend money every weekend. Even during the trying times that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought into this world. What’s making Konka the talk of the town is that it has been regarded as the millionaires’ playground. This means most people that go to this beautiful establishment are well off in life. Most of the time the money that they’re spending at Konka is like a small change to them, hence they don’t swipe like there’s no tomorrow. 

Konka is a well-known incredible nightclub in Johannesburg, situated in Pimvile within Soweto that has gained a lot of attraction lately. Following different photos of people wearing designer clothes, sipping expensive drinks, and driving luxurious vehicles. If you take a walk in their parking lot, you would see Lamborghinis, Ferraris, etc. Now, a Twitter account has given props to Konka for their impressive work as they’ve created occupations for different people within the township. Also, the nightclub has put a spotlight on one of the most loved townships in the country. “KONKA situated deep in the heart of Soweto is a millionaire’s playground. Townships are no longer the symbol of poverty,” said @KasiEconomy on Twitter.

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Date: 05/10/2021

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