- Black Coffee served friendship goals on Instagram when he showed love to DJ Sbu for the work he is doing
- DJ Sbu is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the longest radio show
- Black Coffee also urged his followers to give back to the community through an initiative that Sbu is raising funds for
Black Coffee has recently shown that he is a very supportive friend. Fellow DJ Sbu has decided to embark on a Guinness World Record journey and Black Coffee is totally behind his mate. Sbu is challenging the world record for the longest radio show on Massiv Metro.
Black Coffee took to Instagram to share his support for his friend and posted a picture of them together. In the snap, the two DJs are smiling from ear to ear with Sbu's MoFaya drink making a feature too.
Apart from trying to break records, Black Coffee also shared that Sbu is currently raising funds for a shelter in Tembisa, Johannesburg. He also motivated his followers to donate to the shelter if they had the capacity to do so.
DJ Sbu responded to Black Coffee's post by saying: "Siyabonga bhuti, I'm humbled."
Mzansi social media users were impressed with what DJ Sbu is doing and took to the comments section to show him some love too. Briefly.co.za compiled a few reactions from users in the comments:
@brave_stand7 said: "I really admire how you always support your own."
@cancer_dr said: "Now this is the unity we need. Brotherly love and support. Setting a good example."
@phiwo_ntokozo_khanyile said: "Everyday motivation."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kid X tied the knot with his gorgeous bae Duduzile Chili. Mzansi rapper Kid X is officially off the market. The musician tied the knot with his sweetheart Duduzile Chili this past weekend. The star's good news was shared by his music peer and business partner Kwesta.
The Ngud' hitmaker took to Instagram on Sunday, 20 December to congratulate and wish Kid X and his new wife a prosperous union.
Kwesta shared a snap and a short video of himself and Kid X dressed to the nines during the traditional wedding.
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