- Mampintsha recently took to social media to bash the South African government for not supporting artists
- The musician revealed that he is now under debt review in order to regain control of his finances
- During this rant, Mampintsha revealed that he also works as a loan shark and is tired of lending out money
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Mampintsha recently bashed the government for how they have been handling starving artists amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Taking to social media, the musician slammed the leadership of Mzansi for abandoning the masses during these difficult times.
During his rant, Mpintsho revealed that he was a loan shark and he too was tired of lending people money and not getting it back.
In the lengthy video posted on Instagram, Mampintsha revealed that he was under debt review to consolidate his finances after being hard hit by the pandemic. He advised his fans to do the same as it helped to reduce his monthly re-payments.
The gqom star also added that he was a loan shark. He said:
“As loans sharks we’re also tired of borrowing people money."
Instagram user glow_spa5 said:
"@mampintsha_shimora great work my brother siyawbona thina imsebenzi yakho (we see your work)"
"Wasiza Dawg (you helped a lot)"
"Sigcwele ngawe Shimora (we love you Shimora)"
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.
The sneakers are the result of a collaborative effort between Jordan and Paris fashion house Dior. The price of the sneaker ranges from R170 000 to about R350 000.
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 (You're messing with us though?)"
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