- Four friends, who are still in school, have proudly boasted about their hustles
- The young men opened up about doing their own thing while staying in high school
- Now, the group hope to land their own reality TV show
For many 18-year-olds who are still in high school, the only aim it to finish matric. However, four friends have already started their own careers.
One of the teens, Keotshepile Clement, opened up about their struggles and successes, as well as their hopes for the future.
Clement, an 18-year-old student at B.H.S in Rustenburg, said the hardest part was running their side hustles while staying in school.
He told Briefly.co.za that they manage to juggle both careers and school and decided to make a reality show about their lives.
Clement said he is working hard in succeeding in the radio industry. He added two of his friends are rappers and the other one founded his own clothing brand.
The show, which is titled The Youth Take Over, will follow their lives, successes and troubles.
"My dream is to own a big production company and produce big show and as well as being a Radio Host at Metro FM or any other big Station," he said.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported on another man who inspired Mzansi with his hustle.
The man, known on social media as the Muffin King, proudly announced that he is a proud street hawker.
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