Money doesn't raise children: DJ Cleo wants to be a full-time father

Money doesn't raise children: DJ Cleo wants to be a full-time father

DJ Cleo spilled the tea on his 2019 new year's resolutions in a recent interview with TshisaLIVE. The legendary producer made it clear that he wanted to put his kids above making money.

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Most people often enter a new year with intentions to change up a couple of things in the next 12 months. And, apparently celebrities are no different.

In a recent interview, DJ Cleo, whose real name is Tlou Cleopas Monyepao, dished about his new year's resolutions.

The Kwaito star revealed he wanted to be a full-time father because 'money doesn’t raise kids.' DJ Cleo added he would also like to give back more to the community.

Briefly.co.za gathered his resolutions did not stop there- the muso added he would like to won his own football club.

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"I want to do more community uplifting projects. I want to be a full time father because money doesn’t raise kids. I also want to grow my sports business and buy a soccer team," he said.

However, although he plans on doing more great things in 2019, DJ Cleo admitted he did not want to change anything in his life.

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The 39-year-old said his life was exactly how God planned it. As for his hopes for South Africa, Cleo said he wanted to see job creation and a drop in crime.

"I would like to see more jobs being created and crime brought down. We need to have accountable leaders. The mess at the top is trickling down to all levels."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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