- Black Coffee recently took to social media to wish one of his closest friends, Euphonik, a happy birthday
- The musician shared a throwback photo that left many Mzansi social media users inspired
- In the photo, the famous pair were seen looking less wealthy and healthy than they do now
Black Coffee and Euphonik are true friendship goals. The pair have been together pushing for the soft life and they're still together enjoying the fruits of their hard work. Recently, Black Coffee took to social media to celebrate Euphonik's birthday with a sweet message.
Euphonik turned 37 years old on Sunday, 6 December and his fellow industry peer and friend commemorated the day with a special post. Taking to Instagram, Black Coffee shared before-and-after pics of the pair.
The first picture showed the two of them looking noticeably skinnier and less rich. The second photo showed the two standing outside a private jet. He captioned the post:
"Still the same G... Help me wish intwana yam uMthizozo a happy birthday. I learn so much from you man, keep leading."
Social media users also wished Euphonik a great day. Insta user mlotywa.shirley said:
"Happy birthday Mthizozo."
"Same crib, same love, same groove, same soul."
"Happy birthday @themba!"
"Happy birthday bro!"
"Ncoooooh happy birthday."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Black Coffee is truly living his best life. The internationally-renowned DJ was trending on social media after a flirty exchange with drop-dead gorgeous European influencer, Alexandra Cane.
Cane posted a sizzling photo and tagged Ta Coffee, who promptly responded. Black Coffee has been hogging the headlines recently and it has been about his separation from Enhle Mbali.
Alexandra Cane is a make-up artist who was on the popular show Love Island in 2018. The stunning brunette also works as a model. She is 29 years old and was born in England.
She took to her vastly-followed Instagram and Twitter accounts to post a saucy photo with a suggestive caption and tagged Black Coffee:
"Ready for a caffeine overdose..."
Mzansi social media users went berserk when Black Coffee responded in Greek, saying:
Twitter user Shes_fair said:
"When men hurt you they make sure."
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