- Mampintsha is expanding his brand and delving into the competitive but lucrative alcohol industry
- The Durban gqom musician is launching his own brand of gin called Original Shandis Gin
- Taking to Instagram, Babes Wodumo's bae asked for support and for God to bless his new ventures
Mampintsha has joined the growing list of celebrities who have delved into the world of alcohol production. The Big Nuz member is going to launch his own gin brand known as Original Shandis Gin soon.
The musician took to social media to show off the bottle and to appeal to Mzansi to support him and his new hustle. According to his post, the gin is in the final stages before it is launched to the public.
His post was captioned:
"I’m dropping my new gin in December. Details dropping Soon. UNKULUNKULU PLS BLESS MY HUSTLE. WISH ME LUCK MZANSI."
Social media users congratulated him and wished him well. Instagram user nomondehlophe said:
"Wow.. Congrats makhelwane... Wish u all the best"
"Hope Eastern Cape outlets will have it on stock Bhut'Madlisa"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that things are clearly going well for gqom artist Mampintsha. The muso recently took to social media to share a picture of his latest addition: limited-edition Air Jordan 1 High OG Dior sneakers worth over R170 000.
Ever since Black Coffee rocked a version of the sneakers, many have bee talking about them. Mampintsha is the latest to share that he too is an owner of the luxurious shoes. Read more:
Social media users went berserk when they realised that Mampintsha may have dropped that much money. Others were even doubting if the shoes were authentic. Instagram user a.p_shooter said: "Wadlala ngathi kodwa?? Ay (Your're messing with us though?)"
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a picture has been trending on social media and it’s apparently of Zodwa Wabantu back in the day, before the fame.
The noticeably thinner and darker skinned Zodwa can be seen dancing with a bottle of alcohol in hand. If it weren’t for this signature pose of hers, many would not have believed that the picture is really her.
The picture was shared on social media by many Mzansi tweeps.
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