Sbusiso Leope, better known as DJ Sbu, is not just an accomplished music maker, he's also a successful entrepreneur and hustler. The man has written a book about the art of hustling, and we look at three times he showed us how.
DJ Sbu, real name Sbusiso Leope, is a businessman and DJ of note. He has been in the music industry for years and knows the taste of great success.
He would not have reached the number one spot on Briefly.co.za's list of richest Mzansi celebs without knowing how to seriously hustle.
Sbu has written a book on how to hustle, The Art of Hustling: Sell or Surrender, and he strongly believes that it should be included in high schools across the country.
We take a look at the three times that Sbu showed Mzansi exactly how this hustle thing is done.
1. Nipsey Hussle's memorial
Not just South Africa, but all of Africa. That takes a strong hustle spirit.
The whole affair didn't really go down with peeps and sent them into a spiral of rage, but it was still a bold move.
Mofaya is Sbu's energy drink, and there isn't a place where he hasn't tried to sell it, as also reported on by TimesLIVE. Such in-your-face marketing doesn't just happen, and once again this is how Sbu shows us how to hustle. This man could really sell ice to an Eskimo.
3. The gym incident
Sbu tried to school his fans on how to save money, and although (again) it didn't go as he planned, he showed off his hustle skills once again.
He wants his fans to learn from him and better themselves and their lives, so he uploaded a video of himself, in action, hustling - he used a gym in Los Angeles, America without having a gym membership.
Sbu said that a person can do anything if they believe and have the confidence and the video was how he showed his fans that it works.
However, many people did not agree with what he did and told him that using a gym without paying is illegal and the lesson turned sour.
Whatever can be said about Sbu, he's still the kind of man who can confidently tell his future wife that she will marry a billionaire.
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