Previous multimillionaire and boxing champion Kamohelo David Potsane, who showed up on Mzansi Magic's I Blew It as of late, has just R20 left in his financial balance subsequent to blowing R56 million over a time of 10 years.
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How about we investigate what Potsane spend his millions…
POTSANE A FORMER MULTIMILLIONAIRE
Kamohelo Potsane - who battled under the false name "Mixo" - was at the pinnacle of his profession in his 20s as both a fighter and a long distance runner. Also, he had sports supports pouring in from everywhere the world.
The 56-year-old Potsane was brought into the world in Gauteng, however his boxing vocation took him all over the planet.
"I ventured to the far corners of the planet due to boxing. I went to places I never at any point knew existed, never mind in any event, longing for them," he said to Drum.
He was apparently "adored by ladies" and therefore, he has 22 youngsters from 16 ladies! His not insignificant rundown of lady friends incorporate Bridgette Bryant, who sang with Phil Collins.
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A R2.5 MILLION WEDDING
He wedded an American supporter, Ophelia, in December 1992. He says he spent an incredible R2.5 million on the wedding with rings worth R45 000. The wedding was held in Rosebank in Johannesburg north.
"On the list if people to attend it was the's who since I was getting hitched to Ophelia. She was working in the USA as a promoter. On my wedding I think I burned through R2.5 million," he said on the show.
Nonetheless, Ophelia left him when he began "doing entertaining things" like not dozing at their Sandton home. The pair have two little girls together.
Potsane accepts she got back to the US with their two little girls. His separation repayment is said to have cost him R13 million yet he actually had cash a while later.
KAMOHELO POTSANE: THE BIG SPENDER
He uncovered that he additionally invested some energy at Buckingham Palace where he carried on with an extravagant life. Along these lines, when he got back to South Africa he kept on being a major high-roller.
"Whenever I lived in the UK, I was presented to these individuals. I even invested energy at Buckingham Palace and I was carrying on with an extravagant way of life. At the point when I got back to South Africa, I kept on spending the cash like it was never going to run out," he said.
He likewise added that he was a major tipper and frequently dazzled young ladies and companions.
"I could undoubtedly burn through R45 000 in a bar in one evening. I spent the cash to intrigue my companions and the young ladies. Purchasing a R8 000 jug of whisky was never an issue. Servers in cafés used to battle about me since they realized I was an incredible tipper," he said.
Things started to go downhill for Potsane when he lost the South African Junior Middle Weight title in Welkom in 2000.
He then chose to resign from boxing and proceed with his running, yet ran his last long distance race in 2010.
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