ProVerb shows off his luxury car collection: "We are inspired"

ProVerb shows off his luxury car collection: "We are inspired"

- ProVerb took to social media and showed off his two stunning Porsche vehicles

- The Mzansi media personality rarely shows off his wealth but when he does, he does it big

- Social media users were left in awe by the gorgeous vehicles and many expressed that they were inspired by him

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ProVerb is one of those media personalities who stays on the down-low. The humble rapper is not known to flaunt his wealth, although it's clear that he's loaded.

He took to social media recently to show off his luxury car collection.

The Idols SA host posted a pic of two beautiful red Porsche vehicles. The snap also showed off a glimpse of what looked like the parking area of a beautiful house.

His followers were clearly impressed by the classy cars and flooded his mentions with compliments. Insta user makadimakatso said:

"Nice cars man!"
Proverb shows off his luxury car collection: "We are inspired"

Proverb left Mzansi feeling inspired when he showed off his luxury car collection. Image: @proverbmusic
Source: Instagram

Johnny__draztic said:

"Nice toys!"

Thekaiza said:

"I still remember you telling me that you will one day drive the car of your dreams and now you have two... so inspired my bud."

Tubzalive said:

"Eyo Verb, we are inspired!"

Iamnzimeni said:

"Tebza!! Rides looking posh bro."

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that ProVerb responded to Ntsiki Mazwai after she threw major shade at him. Ntsiki said the Idols SA presenter has nothing on ProKid when it comes to rapping.

Responding to a tweep who said ProVerb is a better lyricist than ProKid, Ntsiki claimed ProVerb "doesn't stand for anything". ProVerb responded to Ntsiki's shade. Instead of taking Ntsiki on, he decided to reserve his comment on the matter:

"No comments, wish all involved the best. God bless."

People on social media were impressed with his maturity in the face of Ntsiki's spat-mongering.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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