- Black Coffee has good taste which also happens to very expensive
- We had a look at what he has in the wardrobe based on his Instagram posts
- He has shoes that cost as much as a small house or apartment and his shirts are worth more than what many people make in a month
Black Coffee is one of South Africa's most successful exports, the international star has really hit the big time and has amassed quite a bit.
Just looking at his wardrobe we know that he isn't hurting for money and is quite willing to splash some serious cash on what he wears.
Briefly.co.za takes a look at what Black Coffee has in his wardrobe, from ridiculously priced shoes to a designer jersey, none of these things is cheap.
Here he is wearing a pair of Dior x Nike Air Jordan 1s which retail at a whopping R460 151.
He is also a fan of Virgil Abloh's brand Off-White, the t-shirts retail between R4 736 and R5 684.
His whip is also something to behold, a Mercedes Benz SLS AMG. A standard version can cost as much as R3.2 million. We have no idea what extras his car has, which could make it substantially more expensive.
The DJ has an appetite for the best and Louis Vuitton fits the bill. The star was seen wearing a full monogram Jacquard crew neck, which retails for R18 047.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee is living his best life. The internationally-renowned DJ took to social media to share a picture of himself chilling by the cool Porto Cervo coast.
Porto Cervo is an Italian seaside resort in northern Sardinia. The gorgeous tourist attraction is all about luxury yachts and trendy attractions. In the picture Black Coffee shared on Instagram, the star is sitting overlooking some yachts floating on crisp blue water.
In other news, Cassper Nyovest has been trending lately for his track featuring Zola 7, which is dedicated to his mother. South Africans are loving the track and are hailing Cassper as one of the country's greatest artists.
Black Coffee is one of those South Africans and he crowned Cassper king in a social media post.
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