Mzansi rapper Duncan’s baller persona crushed by bank balance challenge

Mzansi rapper Duncan’s baller persona crushed by bank balance challenge

- Duncan Skuva decided to challenge others to show proof of their bank balances

- The balance on Duncan’s account showed R400 000, which was questioned by his friend

- Whether or not this was all just a joke, no one knows, but if it wasn't, Ducan's baller rep is no longer

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People have taken to posing challenges on line to keep our minds occupied. Duncan Skuva, Durban-based rapper, decided to join by coming up with a challenge of his own. The challenge was for others to show proof of their bank balances. To make it fair, Duncan posted his bank balance.

As Duncan is known to be someone who is forever playing jokes on people, when he posted his balance people were a little sceptical of believing what they saw.

Briefly.co.za learnt that adding to the doubt was a comment from one of Duncan’s friends which stated that Duncan was in actual fact broke.

The balance on Duncan’s account showed R400 000, which was questioned by his friend. The friend then decided to share a WhatsApp message he received from Duncan in which Duncan is asking his friend for a loan of R1 000.

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Duncan’s response was that it was a fake person that asked for the money. Having more evidence, the friend shared.

“Hhay skuva waqala wangifun u5k for ukuba kumusic video wam ngizokunika lo 150 but vuma ukuthi ngiwubaba (ngizokondla umndeni wakho uze ungibize ngobaba),” wrote the friend.

We are still not sure if this is all a joke.

In other news, Nasty C really is outdoing himself! He just became the first African artist to have a Shazam Exclusive Playlist made of his tracks.

Making it onto any international platform, or receiving any international recognition, is huge for an African artist.

Apple Music has just launched the very first Shazam Exclusive Playlist for an African artist, and it’s for Nasty C.

There is no denying that Nasty C has done the most in the shortest time. From the minute he hit the Mzansi hip-hop scene he was on fire.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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