- Shimza shook the Twitter timeline when he revealed that his music equipment costs R3.6 million
- The DJ shared the receipt for his purchase when a fan didn't want to believe it was true
- A number of social media users joined in with comments about what they thought about the expensive DJ equipment
DJ Shimza is one of Mzansi's favourite house music DJs and the talented star has decided to show off his expensive equipment to his fans. It's pretty clear that Shimza takes his job seriously, his equipment is worth millions of rands.
"This desk is R3,6 million. Can't believe it," said Shimza.
Fans were gobsmacked that Shimza would spend so much on DJ equipment. Quite a few of them even thought that the DJ was lying about how much his equipment costs.
@iamsivuyileZA said: "Namanga Shimza hau (You're lying Shimza)."
Shimza then replied with a receipt for his purchase and fans were shaken even more.
Briefly.co.za complied a few more reactions from Shimza's fans about his expensive DJ equipment. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
@Dman_zn said :"3.6m what, Shimza? millimetres, metres, or square metres?"
@Sibuzakes commented: "I'm sure Dr Dre's one is worth five times more."
@SaldanaGj said: "A house and it will be fully furnished with that money yazi."
@ManuRams_ commented: "Nine mali mos Shimza, build us a hospital lapho bafo."
@Ceeya_Nelson said: "Now I understand what Big Sean meant when he said he doesn't spend his money on Phantoms and Lambos, he spends it on studio equipment."
In other Mzansi music news, Briefly.co.za reported that K.O believes that he's the best rap storyteller in the game. K.O has been a rapper for a long time and started off his career with the popular Hip-Hop group Teargas.
The rapper has now shared that he strongly believes that he's the best storyteller in the game. K.O took to Twitter to share what he's been cooking in the studio for his next album. He said that he wanted to tap into the same energy he had for his successful album Skhanda Republic that he dropped in 2014.
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