Rich kids of Africa: Controversial celeb ties the knot in style

Rich kids of Africa: Controversial celeb ties the knot in style

Botswana’s notorious rich kid Bissau Gaobakwe married his long time girlfriend over the weekend. The wedding was as lavish as his lifestyle and full of local and international celebrities.

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Bissau is a constant source of envy and admiration on social media when he posts luxury clothing, watches, cars and all other things lavish. He recently had tongues wagging when he went on a shopping spree which was recorded and posted on social media for all to see and envy. The controversial groom is the son of prominent businessman Ophaketse "Uncle Parks" Gaobakwe.

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Biscat, as the money splashing guy is known, had a list of big names for his big day. Some of the celebrities spotted were local Botswana names suchas Fish Pabalinga, who is the founder of Gaborone International Music & Culture Week and Nijel Amos, Botswana’s first Olympic medalist.

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South Africa’s very own Phat Joe was also in attendance to celebrate his friend’s wedding day. The TV and radio personality has had South Africans wondering about when he will be walking down the aisle. He proposed to fiancé Palesa Morgan back in 2016, Briefly.co.za reported. After we followed up last year, we learnt that the couple would likely tie the knot before the year was over. Maybe he’s just been waiting to see his friend Bissau do it first.

Well… you’re next, Phat Joe.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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