- Most rappers around the world are not afraid to flex their wealth on social media platforms
- Mzansi rappers have also started showing off their expensive belongings such as whips, clothes and iced-out grills
- Stilo Magolide has also joined his counterparts by flexing his brand-new whip, which costs over R500 000
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Most rappers are known for their flashy boss lifestyles. Peeps love to hate them for their designer clothes, iced-out grills, chains, rings and fancy houses.
It's definitely not only US rappers who are not ashamed to show off their wealth but Mzansi ones too.
Mzansi rapper Stilo Magolide has taken to social media to show-off his cool new whip.
The Seven hitmaker reportedly bought himself the latest model of the Mazda MX5, which costs over R500 000.
The star, who is known for his gold rings and teeth, has been posting photos of the black two-seater to his Instagram account.
Stilo has also been hard at work promoting music videos and singles from his EP titled Seven.
Briefly.co.za reported that Stilo felt that hip-hop did not do well in 2019.
He expressed that one of the reasons was that there wasn't any unity among the role players in the hip-hop circle.
"The difference between hip-hop and people from other genres is that they always mix and feature each other on songs. Whereas, in hip-hop, rappers feature their friends. That's why Amapiano is killing the game."
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Nasty C is also another Mzansi rapper who does not shy away from flexing his wealth.
He recently flexed his wealth with pricey grills, an iced-out chain and blinging rings on social media.
The 'Zulu man with some power' does not just spit bars about a lavish lifestyle but he is living it as well.
He shared with his followers a pic of himself with his gold grills on while holding diamond-laced grills. The star was also wearing an iced-out chain around his neck.
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