- DJ Sbu has advised social media users, especially men, to take care of their families so they can be "rich"
- Sbu shared that a man who doesn't look after his family can't be rich
- The media personality's fans agreed that being a family man is a blessing on its own
DJ Sbu has taken to social media to remind Mzansi men that being rich does not only mean having money. The musician shared that sometimes one only needs their family to be happy in life.
The media personality posted a happy snap of himself and his daughter, Waratwa, while they were sharing a precious daddy-daughter moment. Sbu, who is known in Mzansi for being a loving dad to his bundle of joy, captioned his Twitter post:
"A man who don't take care of his family can't be rich."
When one young man, @Bujospondo, complained that he has been taking care of his family for many years but is not yet rich. Sbu advised him:
"Family is your riches brother."
Most of the businessman's fans agreed with him. They shared that having a family is also a blessing. Check out some of their comments below:
"I totally agree with you grootman. Here are my two extensions."
"Sbu you're such an incredible man. We see you."
"Injalo vele wena (That's how it's supposed to be) uncle S'buda.... Being a family man is a blessing too."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi singer Makhadzi dropped two new bangers on Friday, 9 October. The Limpopo-born artist released a dope track titled Murahu featuring Mr Brown and another titled Sugar Sugar featuring Mampintsha. The tracks are part of her upcoming album Kokovha.
The energetic musician's name trended on Twitter when she dropped the two tracks. Her fans praised the star for giving them songs to jam to in December. The Matorokisi hitmaker took to social media to announce that she dropped the smash hits. She also told her fans that her album is now available for pre-order.
The hashtag #Makhadzi trended on Twitter for the whole of Friday. Makhadzi's excited fans took to the micro-blogging app to react to the new songs. Most of them have reckoned that Murahu will be Mzansi's December anthem. One of them @s7fwsa said:
"#Makhadzi couldn't you just wait for December to release the album? Pela some of us we no longer in the mood of going to work because of your album. Entlek on Monday I'm sending my resignation letter."
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