- Mzansi media mogul and entrepreneur DJ Sbu recently took to social media to share a throwback picture
- The picture showed the much-younger celebrity before the fame and fortune, leaving Mzansi both amused and impressed
- Many couldn't help but notice that the DJ had a supply of 'ntsu' which is a tobacco taken through the mouth and nostrils
South African media personality DJ Sbu recently took to social media to share a throwback before the fame and fortune. In the picture, the celebrity could be seen lying on a bed surrounded by various trinkets including ‘Ntsu’.
He captioned the picture:
“We all start somewhere. Never despise humble beginnings. Keep on dreaming black child.”
Social media users shared their thoughts about the picture online:
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“Strangely, the objects in this picture are a summary of your life journey so far :' I :heart: NY Cup - You've been to New York. Radio - You've been a radio DJ. Tiger - You have its spirit of fearlessness. Snuff Coin Container - Your bank account has seen millions.”
“What were you doing with Ntsu grootman?”
“Look at you now. Sbuda you have worked hard bafo sonke sikubonile, I have a picture with you from longtime whilst you were still climbing, you are an inspiration indeed.”
“The vision has to be bigger than the circumstances.”
“Black child you were born to be the greatest.”
DJ Sbu hustles on the streets
Meanwhile Briefly News previously reported that nothing will stop DJ Sbu from selling his MoFaya drink, not even the law. The media mogul recently shared a video of himself walking on the highway, selling the drink.
He posted the footage on his Instagram account and captioned it:
"DEAR 5AM CLUB! BELIEVE IN YOURSELF WHEN NOBODY DOESN'T. When chasing your dreams, Faith will keep you going. It will be exhausting. It will get lonely. They'll think you're crazy. It will hurt. It will get confusing. It will get tough. It will hurt your pockets. It will hurt your family. You will feel like giving up. DON'T! JUST KEEP GOING. IT WILL ALL MAKE SENSE ONE DAY & TRUST ME, IT WILL ALL BE WORTH IT!"
While many complimented his hustling spirit, others were concerned that he may have been breaking the law.
Instagram user wantara99 said: "Inspo much! So relentless"
thabolebajoa said: "A question, as so many cars passing did you sell a lot of Mofayas on that day? Very interested to know."
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