- Getting into the #TBT mood, DJ Black Coffee dropped a hella throwback snap
- Black Coffee shared a picture of him, his brother and late cousin from way back in around 1989
- It is pictures and memories like these that really make us so grateful for what we have today
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DJ Black Coffee got real deep and sentimental this Throwback Thursday. Having this much time to think really does bring back some old memories.
There are moments in life that we look back on which make us realise just how monumentally far we have come – Black Coffee recently had one of these moments.
Briefly.co.za saw Black Coffee take to social media with a picture that not a single person would have ever guessed was his.
While Black Coffee might be an internationally famous and world-renowned DJ now, his life wasn’t always this lush.
Taking to social media with a real throwback, Black Coffee shared a special picture from his childhood.
Black Coffee shared a picture of him, his brother and late cousin from way back in around 1989. It shows three small boys leaning against what Black Coffee said to be his mother’s home at the time – a normal average life that no one would have ever expected to turn into what it is today.
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This is a rare picture too as it shows Black Coffee before the accident that mangled his hand. It is pictures and memories like these that really make us so grateful for what we have today.
In other news, Black Coffee recently raised a whopping R76 000 towards South Africa’s fight against Covid-19.
Black Coffee’s live streaming concert, Home Brewed 001, which was free, did not only give entertainment to many people, it was an opportunity for fans to donate money to the solidarity fund that was set up by President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Social media went crazy after Black Coffee made the announcement of his free concert.
This extraordinary DJ gave thanks to all who had made their contribution through the Home Brewed 001 free concert. Black Coffee said he was blown away by the generosity.
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