Mzansi rapper, Rikhado "Riky Rick" Makhado, took to social media to share some exciting news with his fans. He scored another amazing endorsement deal.
The talented star is making big moves in the entertainment industry, not just with his music, but Riky Rick also has many side hustles that keep bringing in the moola.
In today’s world, having other business interests is the way to go. Riky announced that he had officially partnered with Remy Martin cognac.
Riky announced his deal on Instagram: "Good news!!!! I'm very proud to announce that Remy Martin and I have officially partnered up to create history honored to be part of the family!!!!!!! ❤️#RemyProducersSA"
According to SA Hip Hop magazine, Remy Martin is a brand of cognac established in France, founded in 1724 and produces different flavours across the world. They have 6 different bottling ranges but overall the brand specialises in Cognac fine champagne.
The rapper spoke to Bruce Whitefield on Radio 702 about how is not just limited to hip-hop. Riky is setting trends of his hustling game.
Riky's social media followers are happy to read his big announcement on Instagram. Even other celebs like AKA, DJ Zinhle and Kwesta congratulated the rapper on his achievement.
Take a look below, for some of the comments from his post.
Akaworldwide: "Congratulations KING."
Khulichana01: "Congratulations Makhado"
Linda_mtoba: "Congratulations wow !! Perfect fit!"
Zulumkhathini: "WHICH WAY??? WHICH WAY??? ⤴️⤴️⤴️ YEP ALL THE WAY UP! Congrats "
Meanwhile, yesterday Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi rapper, Riky Rick, recently revealed in a radio interview that his main goal as a father was to teach his children about being responsible from a young age.
Riky Rick has two children, a 10-year-old daughter and a 5-year-old son. They are his world. But at the same time, he wants them to learn about how to be responsible from a much younger age.
According to SA Hip Hop magazine, Riky revealed in an interview with Bruce Whitefield on Radio 702, his upbringing, making comparison to then and now, and how he had mastered a way that to teach his kids on valuing hard work.
He said he didn’t want his kids to grow up only knowing privilege and that he wanted them to learn things the hard way so they can appreciate it more.
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