- Big Zulu has showed off his friendship with Duduzane Zuma
- Big Zulu told his fans that he wanted to call Duduzane so they could go and enjoy some meat
- Big Zulu sings about meat and money in his viral Imali Eningi track
Big Zulu recently took to social media to share that him and Duduzane Zuma have become best of friends lately. The rapper revealed that he now even has Duduzane's number.
Big Zulu took to Twitter and Instagram on Wednesday, 16 December to show off his friendship with the celebrity businessman. Big Zulu has one of the biggest songs in Mzansi currently. Imali Eningi is one of the most-played tracks in the country this festive season. The song trended after Duduzane participated in the #DuduzaneZumaChallenge.
The musician flexed about his friendship with Duduzane recently. He told his fans that he was about to call Duduzane so they could go to KwaMaye Maye to eat meat and watch beautiful ladies.
Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu has finally met Duduzane Zuma. 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.
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Cassper Nyovest has given Big Zulu smash hit titled Imali Eningi his stamp of approval. The Amademoni hitmaker took to social media recently to share his views on the epic track. The song has been trending on Twitter since the past weekend.
Cass took to the micro-blogging app on Saturday, 5 December and shared that he's also feeling the track. Big Zulu features Intaba Yase Dubai and Riky Rick on the single. The #ImaliEningi is still trending high on Twitter on Tuesday, 8 December.
Cass has congratulated Big Zulu for dropping the track with catchy lyrics. Zulu, Riky and Intaba sing about having a lot of money and eating meat on the viral track. Mufasa wrote:
"@BigZulu_ZN big big big song!!!! Congrats!!!!"
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