- Sjava shared a picture of the home he built for his mother on Twitter
- Tweeps were proud of him for helping his mom out
- He has an enormous success but thanks to his mom, he has remained humble despite of this
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Rapper, Sjava has been celebrated by his fans for building a home for his mother who stays in a rural area.
The BET award winner is loved by his fans not only for his music, but for his humility which not many rappers possess nowadays.
The rapper posted a picture of the bathroom in his mother’s new home on Twitter with a short message that thanked his fans for all their support during his career and to God for the many achievements that have come his way.
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While the tweet has since been deleted, SA Hip Hop Mag reports that his fans had nothing but praise for the humble rapper.
Briefly.co.za gathered that he takes any opportunity he can to acknowledge the roles his supporters play in his success and he was aware that if it wasn’t for them, he would never have been able to build this home for his mother.
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Sjava has said that from the beginning of his career that all he ever wants to do is make his mother, Ma’Nkabinde, proud.
He has been responsible for looking after his family for quite some time and his music career has helped him tremendously to do so.
Sjava used to perform on the street to earn some cash to bring back to his mother and this was where it all started.
From his busking days to a BET Award, Briefly.co.za previously reported on the rapper’s career and it’s fair to say that he has definitely made his mama proud.
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Source: Briefly News