- The Imali Eningi hitmaker Big Zulu dropped a new picture of himself on social media and the ladies went crazy
- Even some men left Big Zulu positive comments for his unique sense of style
- It seems like the whole of Mzansi is not just loving Big Zulu's music but have taken a liking to his appearance as well
Big Zulu has been making waves with his track Imali Eningi but he has also gotten some attention from the ladies as well for his looks. The rapper recently posted a new picture of himself to social media and Mzansi women went crazy for him in the comments.
Big Zulu posted a picture with the caption: "Nkabi Nation."
In the snap, he's wearing formal shoes, formal trousers and a light blue t-shirt. He looks like he does not have a care in the world and is smiling from ear to ear in the picture.
Women flocked to the post and left a number of hearts under his post. Some ladies even left heart-eye emojis for Big Zulu.
Here are a number of reactions from Mzansi social media users after Big Zulu dropped his saucy pic on the microblogging app, Twitter:
@BheleLangaTshab said: "Ayy this guy is a legend. He took that ordinary "Bro Sbu" look and is about to make it global."
@denxeltheboss commented: "Is Sjava this kind of handsome?"
@Shidimma00 said: "Dreads + Brentwood = Eclectic Pantsula."
@SimphiweWaRusty commented: "It makes me happy to see you winning."
@denxeltheboss also said: "Looking great. I'm in love with your music bafo."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Big Zulu met Duduzane Zuma and shared the video online. Big Zulu has finally met Duduzane Zuma. The rapper has one of the biggest tracks in Mzansi this festive season.
The former president Jacob Zuma's son met the Imali Eningi hitmaker a few days ago. The businessman took the song to another level when he participated in the viral #DuduzaneZumaChallenge using the song as background music. The song has been trending on social media since Big Zulu dropped it a few weeks ago.
The chart-topping track is on high rotation on radio and TV stations across Mzansi and is doing very well on music streaming platforms. Its music video has also surpassed 2 million views on YouTube in just two weeks.
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