- L'vovo has revealed that he couldn't sleep on the day he bought his first whip
- The musician said he kept waking up to go and check if the car is still parked outside his home
- Social media users have shared hilarious reactions to the Bayang'sukela hitmaker's post
L'vovo has taken to social media to share how he felt after buying his first brand new whip. Like many first-time car buyers, the musician revealed that he couldn't sleep on the day he bought his first whip.
The Bayang'sukela hitmaker slept with one eye open on the night he parked his own car for the very first time at his crib. He kept peeping through the window to check if his machine was still where he parked it.
The star also asked his fans what happened when they bought their first cars and most of the responses were hilarious.
Most of them shared that they slept inside the car, while others also had sleepless nights just like the musician. Check out some of their comments below:
"I didn’t sleep as well, that whole week I’d wake up a million times during the night to check on her."
"Woke up 4 times to check it's still there."
"I couldn't sleep, the following day at 4am I was already on my way to work mind you I had to wake up someone at that time because I was still a learner driver and needed someone in the car, he still reminds me."
"Couldn't sleep, kept on checking up on it, I also didn't want to drive it, I was scared of the attention."
"5 weeks in, I still peep through the garage to see if it's still there."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kabza De Small took to social media to announce that he is already working on a new project. The self-proclaimed King Of Amapiano released his 27-track album a few weeks ago and he is already in studio working on his next project.
Mzansi social media users flooded Kabza's comment section with mixed reactions after he made the revelation. Some of his fans told him to chill a bit and let them "digest" his latest offering before he drops another project.
The star shared a video of himself on Twitter bopping his head to a new track. He captioned his post: "Working on da next project."
Tweep, @uHlabangane_ said:
"You are going to be the cause of Amapiano boring everyone especially us that love it, allow us to consume and digest the music.. we haven't even listened to the last projects properly, calm down bra."
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