- Big Zulu recently took to social media to share a video of a Japanese lady jamming to his song
- The Zulu rapper seemed really pleased that his viral track has caught the attention of people in other countries
- Mzansi social media users were equally impressed by the footage
Good music breaks all cultural barriers and this seems to be the case for Big Zulu’s Imali Eningi.
The musician shared a video of a Japanese lady singing along to his song in fluent isiZulu.
He captioned his post:
"Bathi nase Tokyo Japan amashayina ayayithanda ingoma" (They say that even in Tokyo Japan, the Chinese love my song)
His followers were pleasantly surprised by the lady in the video. Insta user
"I love it eWorld"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Big Zulu is not just a good musician but he is also a funny guy. The Imali Eningi hitmaker recently hung out with DJ Shimza and he showed off his expensive clothes in a hilarious video.
The rapper flexed with a R6 900 waistcoat with a price tag still attached to it, expensive Italian shoes and his Brentwood trousers. The musician told Shimza, who was taking the video, to continue wearing his skinny jeans while he continues with his Maskandi swag.
In the clip shared on Twitter by Shimza On Thursday, 14 January, Nkabi says:
"Shimza, continue wearing your skinny jeans... I'm over-the-top today my brother. Look at the bottom, I'm wearing someone's Toyota Tazz, an instalment pants, please check the price of the jacket... They'll say you're my cameraman when I'm with you."
Social media users have taken to Shimza's comment section to share their thoughts on the funny clip. Check out some of their comments below:
"Lord have mercy."
"He's taking it back to the shop after.... That's why the price is there still."
"So we no longer remove tags."
"Lol, dude's in his lane for sure."
"You wear according to your generation, Big Zulu is a grootman and his generation plays with Brentwoods but Shimza's generation feels comfortable in skinny jeans."
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Source: Briefly News