- DJ Tira recently took to social media to show off a pic standing next to a flashy Rolls Royce
- The Durban-based musician captioned the picture with a snake emoji that left social media users abuzz
- This comes after author Jackie Phamotse recently claimed that some celebrities use snakes to attain wealth
It seems Mzansi celebrities are enjoying this snake trend. DJ Tira recently posed in front of a gorgeous pearly-white Rolls Royce and captioned the post with a snake emoji. If you don’t know by now what that means, then you need to crawl out from under that rock you’ve been living in.
Ever since Jackie Phamotse revealed that some celebrities use snakes to attain wealth and fame, many have joked about owning them. Taking to Instagram, DJ Tira flashed his luxury ride along with a snake emoji.
While many social media users were impressed, others couldn’t help but side-eye the mention of the reptile.
Instagram user annkirlew said:
“UmaMlambo akafihleki uhamba-ahambe aziveze (You can’t hide a snake, it will eventually show itself)."
“Nice car... Is it yours or perhaps rental nyana for the day to take pictures?”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that DJ Fresh took to social media to share a snap of himself posing with a big python amid the trending topic of celebs being accused of using snakes and black magic to attain their wealth.
Fresh took to Instagram on Monday, 10 November and shared the old snap he took when he was still at 5FM. The veteran radio host captioned his post:
"Welcome to #FreshOn947, WE have been expecting you!!!"
The media personality's fans took to his comment section to share their views on his post. Most of them found Fresh's post funny while others asked whether the DJ was one of those celebs who have been accused of allegedly using snakes to attain wealth and to maintain their "soft" lifestyles.
Check out some of the comments from Fresh's followers below:
phutimama wrote: "Your own Mamlambo (snake)."
nesh_malabulabu said: "You want the soft life neh."
xoliswagumbi asked: "You too Fresh?"
tshotlego commented: "Jackie Phamotse over over, DJ Fresh has something on his neck."
molewa said: "Jackie, Jackie to the front desk please!!"
sam_mkelo added: "People will say usuthwele (you're using black magic). Lol you know black people and snakes."
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Source: Briefly News