Popular SA comedian David Kau lives a healthy life and doesn't spend his money on drugs or alcohol, but he has a 'car problem' and it's quite an expensive little problem. David says he spent over R5 million on cars.
We all have our secret (or not so secret) little indulgences on which we spend more money like we should - gorgeous handbags, expensive wine...
Comedian David Kau says he doesn't spend money on drinking or using drugs, but he has an indulgence that has cost him millions over the years.
The Citizen reported that David opened up about his finances during an interview with Bruce Whitfield on The Money Show.
David said that he may have saved money by not having any drug habits or drinking, but he did spend money on cars - a lot of money.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the comedian claimed he spent more than R5 million on cars in his life, and that doesn't include his very first car, a Volkswagen Golf Polo GTI.
I didn’t drink, I didn’t take drugs. So I saved a lot of money there. But also drove Land Rovers for 14 years… The cars I’ve driven, if I leave out my first Polo, Golf 2 litre another GTI… I spent more than R5 million.
But David worked for his money, and what he does with it is his business. And cars are a good investment after all.
Everything I’ve had I paid for… I book other comics, they don’t book me… I employed a lot of people and I gave away a lot of money.
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