So we all know that DJ Tira is super-rich, but his recent generous act really blew us away when he gifted his entire dance crew with brand-new wheels.
DJ Tira owns Afrotainment, which is one of Mzansi' oldest and most lucrative black-owned local music labels. He also never misses an opportunity to appreciate his hard-earned success.
Afrotainment works with some of the biggest acts in the country, including Babes Wodumu and NaakMusiq. DT Tira made another addition to his label, the Afrotainment dancers.
The Afrotainment dancers are a hardworking dance crew that tour with DJ Tira and a few of the signees to help give them the best performance at any live gig. To appreciate their hard work, DJ Tira opened his heart and his wallet to buy them all a brand-new set of wheels.
But the cars will also serve as a further promotion of his label, having it branded with the company name. But it doesn't look like they need it, because the company has been booked up and the crew are keeping busy as ever. Check out the video from their last gig.
A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that due to the tough economy, DJ Tira has decided to keep his price-tag the same, R100k for a hook and R70k for a verse. Fans were astonished at his asking price and decided to call the muso out on his latest tweet.
We all know that DJ Tira is one of the biggest stars in the music industry, so his talents will obviously come with a price. But a price that should affordable right? The Mzansi star took to Twitter and shared an update about his work. He wrote:
"Malume at work! I'm pleased to announce with the Rand and economy of the country not doing well, my verses and my hooks will remain at R70k and R100k respectively. No increase. I hope talent that wish to work with Malume will appreciate this news. Happy Sunday."
After the budget speech announced last week that the cost of living will increase in most aspects, DJ Tira promised to keep his price tag the same. He said the bad state of the economy motivated him to freeze his prices.
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