- Some Mzansi fans have taken Big Zulu's name rather seriously and think the rapper beefs up in gym
- A fan recently asked the muso what supplement he uses to bulk up and Big Zulu's response left many surprised
- The Imali Eningi rapper does not use any supplements, and even more surprisingly, doesn't gym at all
Big Zulu has had to deny using supplements to bulk up after a fan recently questioned him. The rapper, as his stage name suggests, is quite a large guy but it seems that its all natural.
He told the fan that he does not use supplements and doesn’t even gym. His huge stature is pretty much genetic.
Some social media users struggled to believe that the muso doesn’t gym at all while others said that his huge size was probably due to all the meat he was eating.
Briefly News previously reported that Big Zulu's new song Inhlupheko has hit Number 1 on iTunes. The rapper only dropped the track on 12 March, 2021. He features singer Mduduzi Ncube.
The star took to Twitter recently to share a screenshot of iTunes where his new single was sitting comfortably at the Number 1 spot. According to the screenshot, his massive hit Imali Eningi was sitting at Number 2. Inkabi captioned his post:
"Nkabi Nation, Inhlupheko is sitting on number 1, Mali Eningi number 2. The biggest songs in SA. Siyabonga kakhulu. Nkabi Records."
The musician also took to Instagram on Tuesday, 23 March and shared that Inhlupheko's music video has hit 200 000 views in just three days. He wrote:
"Inhlupheko sitting on 200K views in 3 Days. Siyabonga Nkabi Nation. The video is on YouTube."
Big Zulu's fans took to his comment section to congratulate him for dropping another hit. Check out some of their comments below:
"Well done, just watched the video and I love it. All the way from Northern Ireland, UK."
"Yaaa, Big zulu this is a hit."
"Great concept for that song, reminds me of Zola in his glory days. Do a remix with him after a month, add Sjava and Emtee."
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Source: Briefly News