DJ Shimza briefs fans about the latest on his stolen R2 million car

DJ Shimza briefs fans about the latest on his stolen R2 million car

DJ Shimza took to social media to update his fans about what's going on with his stolen R2 million vehicle and what he has learnt from this experience.

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DJ Shimza was really upset when his brand-new vehicle, a Mercedes G-Wagon, was stolen from his garage earlier this year.

The talented DJ took to Twitter in February pleading with his followers to help get his R2 million car back.

He wrote: “My car has been stolen out of my garage from Blue Valley Golf Estates in Centurion, license plate FN 23 MB GP, please contact @sapoliceservice or call 073 25688494 should you have an information that may lead to recovery of the car.”

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But yesterday DJ Shimza took to Twitter to update his fans on the investigation into his stolen vehicle and what it has taught him.

He wrote: “I never found my car that was stolen, case still under investigation with the SAPS but my insurance settled the car after their investigation with no issues, thank you for being invested and one thing I’ve learnt is that pain sometimes prepares you for bigger and better things.”

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About two weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Shimza received a heavy backlash from tweeps after he commended the president, Cyril Ramaphosa, in his efforts to attract investors so that the youth can get employment.

Mzansi social media users engaged Ramaphosa via the hashtag, #HolaMatamela on Twitter to question him on serious issues including crime, youth unemployment and the political party’s alleged corruption on Twitter late on Monday evening.

But instead Shimza chose to say he had no issues he wanted to address to the president but only wanted to convey his compliments instead. This did not sit well with tweeps.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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