- Robbie Malinga Jr has been living the extra life since the death of his father and many have been alarmed
- A tweep raised his concerns and gave him some advice on his reckless actions
- Malinga did not appreciate it and fired back stating that his father’s death brought him freedom and not money
It hasn’t taken long for Robbie Malinga Jr to becoming a household name through building up a somewhat reputation.
Displaying his fancy cars, expensive clothing and all his bling on social media timelines, this 17-year-old has given the public reason to voice their opinions, reported Daily Sun.
Briefly.co.za leant that Malinga Jr’s lifestyle seems to be entertaining to some, but others have uttered their concerns via social media.
A twitter user even recommend that Malinga Jr spend his money wisely. He said that Malinga Jr can spend his money in the way he chooses, but reminded him that he is still young. He doesn’t want to see him landed up like Bongani Fassie needing donations to survive.
It did not take long for Malinga Jr to reply. Malinga Jr commented that contrary to what people believe, he assures that his father’s money has not been touched and is safe.
Malinga Jr’s response with very strong words on Twitter was that it would take him 50 years to touch his father’s money. That the only thing he gained from his dad’s death was freedom and in no way gained any money.
He also said that his dad’s money was safe and that he himself was struggling with money. He the corrected himself saying that he makes more profit than he can use in a day.
Malinga Jr has plans to study IT once he has completed his school career. His wish is to release a tap album as soon as he has his degree.
With all his luxurious assets, Malinga Jr has made so many people envious of him!
Through Insta stories, this 17-year-old is taking advantage of his recent fame and we do not see him stopping anytime soon!
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