- DJ Black Coffee's movie, Matwetwe, which he produced, premiered last Friday
- The movie was the best performing film at the box office this weekend
- DJ Black Coffee has urged more South Africans to go watch the movie
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With only four days at Mzansi cinemas, the movie Matwetwe, produced by DJ Black Coffee, has already been trending as Best Performing film in SA.
Kagiso Lediga's Matwetwe tells the story of two best friends who have just finished matric and have one hell of a New Year's eve in Atteridgeville. Their adventures include scoring a big deal, dodging a kingpin gangster, and winning over a girl.
DJ Black Coffee played a huge part in the film's success. He helped finance the project, gave creative input, and helped out with the soundtrack too.
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The DJ gave a huge shout out to the fans on Twitter yesterday, thanking his fans for helping it reach the best performing SA film at the box office.
He wrote: "#Matwetwe was the best performing SA film this weekend and we are all over the moon. YOU all made it happen, and because of the demand many more screens are being added on Friday. YOU all spoke and the cinemas listened. Thank you !!!"
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Fans were elated with the news and have been posting congratulatory messages to the Mzansi star. Here are some of the comments.
Even though the world-wide music guru is now out to conquer the movie world, he is also trying his hand in fashion and taking up studies in interior design this year.
Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Coffee is taking residency in Wiggins Nightclub in Las Vegas for a second season this year.
The star made the thrilling announcement on Sunday on Twitter which sent fans into a huge frenzy.
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Source: Briefly News