Okmalumkoolkat slams Mzansi tea: Only Louis Vuitton tea for him

Okmalumkoolkat slams Mzansi tea: Only Louis Vuitton tea for him

- Okmalumkoolkat's tea costs more than most people's monthly food budgets

- Showing off his boujee Louis Vuitton tea, Okmalumkoolkat made it clear that Rooibos and Five Roses just aren't good enough

- He further went on to express his disgust in restaurants that only serve Rooibos and Five Roses tea, and Aunt Caroline and Basmati rice

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Okmalumkoolkat is clearly too boujee for Mzansi. While most of us sip on a cup of proudly South African Rooibos or Five Roses tea, he is sipping on a cup of Louis Vuitton that costs more than most people’s monthly groceries.

While it is no secret that Okmalumkoolkat appreciates the finer things in life, sipping designer tea is taking it to a whole other level.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Okmalumkoolkat recently let the public know just how lush his taste is - Rooibos and Five Roses just do not cut it, baba!

The extra rapper took to social media with a picture of his morning cuppa, showing off the designer label on his teabag.

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Okmalumkoolkat showed off his Louis Vuitton tea bag with pride, expressing his disgust in restaurants that only serve Rooibos and Five Roses.

Making his boujee taste known further, Okmalumkoolkat made it known that restaurants that serve Aunt Caroline and Basmati rice are also a disgrace.

Kante, this man is too much!

In other news, just last year Smiso Zwane, better known to his fans as Okmalumkoolkat, became a happily married man.

The rapper got married to his longtime girlfriend, Princess Zulu, whom he has been in a relationship with for a while now.

According to SAHipHopMag, Princess Zulu is the lady featured in the music video for his track Amalobolo, which is taken as a reflection on the muso's life.

The lobola negotiations and ceremony were private affairs but thanks to social media we got a small glimpse of what went down.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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