Heavy K's #TBT gives tweeps motivation: 'Inspiration right there'

Heavy K's #TBT gives tweeps motivation: 'Inspiration right there'

- Heavy K has never been shy to share his struggles and where he came from

- He recently shared a post that reminded us all of where he came from and that we can do it too, if we just believe

- His family is his biggest pride and he has made love for them all

PAY ATTENTION: Click 'See First' under 'Following' tab to see Briefly news on your news feed.

South Africa’s Heavy K recently took to social media to give his fans a little inspiration and to remind them of where he came from.

Heavy K has always been open with his background and the struggles that he rose from. Briefly.co.za learnt that he is humble and does his best to remind others that he is just a normal guy who worked hard to get to where he is today.

The best thing about him is, he never thinks that he is above anyone else and his recent tweet reminded us of that. He tweeted a #TBT to show fans that they are capable.

READ ALSO: Student's photo gets tweeps talking: ‘She looks just like her mom’

Using his past to motivate him, Heavy has come out on top. He stresses to fans that they can achieve nothing, if they just believe in themselves.

One of his biggest prides is his family. He always reminds us of how much love his parents gave to him even though they had no money.

Heavy’s mom was one of the biggest inspirations in his life. She has unfortunately passed, but he reminds us of hoe selfless she was.

He has mad love for his family and is about to marry the woman of his dreams.

Watch the funny Animated Joke: When Heaven becomes a crowded place and head over to Briefly South Africa's YouTube channel for more hilarious videos.

Do you have a story to share with us? Go to our Facebook page and leave a comment.

To stay up to date with the latest news, download our news app on Google Play or iTunes today.

Source: Briefly.co.za

Related news
Ayanda Borotho is all about beating male-controlled female oppression

Ayanda Borotho is all about beating male-controlled female oppression

Ayanda Borotho on society’s beliefs of purity: Virginity won’t save you
Briefly.co.za
Mailfire view pixel