Khaya Dladla throws shade at celebs who overspend and own nothing

Khaya Dladla throws shade at celebs who overspend and own nothing

Khaya Dladla zoned in on Zalebs in a recent interview stating that artists need to learn to accumulate wealth instead of recklessly spending

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The Uzalo actor slammed South Africa’s elite for their lifestyles stating that:

"there are so many artists out there - none of them own property - they just have cars and, in fact, the cars belong to the bank. Artists aren't rich and we need to learn to accumulate wealth."

We all know just how wealthy our zalebs like to live.

In a recent article called Mirror, mirror on the wall, which ZAleb's the wealthiest of all featured some of SA’s richest celebrities

These included

1. Caasper Nyovest

2. Bonang Matheba

3. Kiernan 'AKA' Forbes

4. Nkosinathi 'Black Coffee' Maphumulo

5, Uyanda Mbuli

Each one of these talented individuals has been known to thrown some money around at expensive toys, gadgets and trips.

Their motto appears to be if you have it, flaunt it and spend it.

In another article called Inside Tansey Coetzee's star-studded baby shower, we showcased Tansey Coetzee’s star-studded baby shower. Another event that was all glitz, glamour and plenty of moo-la.

And hey, who can forget Thuso and Knosinathi’s 'traditional' white wedding. Another star-studded event that will not be forgotten soon, and also one that came with a hefty price tag.

It would seem our ZAlebs are happy. They are talented and skilled and reaping the rewards of their abilities… for now. There are definitely two strong opinions on this matter. What’s yours?

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