- DJ Sbu's energy drink MoFaya has been around for a whopping six years now
- DJ Sbu took to social media to celebrate MoFaya turning six with an iconic pic
- The pic was taken at the Metro FM Music Awards when he promoted the energy drink without permission
DJ Sbu's energy drink MoFaya is turning 6 this week. The media personality took to social media to celebrate despite all the troubles he has been through trying to sell and promote MoFaya.
The TV and radio presenter took to Instagram and thanked the man above for giving him the strength to continue knocking on doors so that his drink can be available nationwide and beyond.
The star shared an iconic pic of himself promoting the drink during the Metro FM Music Awards in 2015. He captioned it:
"To GOD be the glory! MUNGU Akubariki (God bless you)."
DJ Sbu got fired from Metro FM after he landed in hot water for promoting the energy drink at the station's televised awards ceremony in 2015.
The star's followers took to his comment section to share their reactions to the pic he posted and to praise him for his bravery and for continuing to push his drink without any major backers. Check out some of their comments below:
"This moment right here... I remember this very well."
"This moment right here, today many can eat and assist their families because of your bravery..."
"A historic pic, with confidence to your brand, today it has grown and still growing. I salute you Sir. Martin Luther King Jr said — 'Take the first step in faith. You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step'."
"Jay-Z said: 'I said no to the Superbowl. You need me, I don't need you. Every night we in the endzone. Tell the NFL we in stadiums too.' You don't need SABC, they need you bro."
"Iconic moment! Well done bro. Inspiring to watch."
"This day was the focal point of the movement that will live forever. Happy 6th birthday #Mofaya."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Sbu took social media recently to share that he now holds the world's longest marathon radio show record. The veteran radio host took to Instagram on Wednesday, 13 January to share that he broke the world record recently when he did 216 hours of non-stop radio to raise funds for a charity organisation.
The experienced media personality has been a radio host for big Mzansi radio stations such as Metro FM, Ukhozi FM and YFM. He is also a club DJ and a musician. The star posted on Instagram:
"Thank you for the experience. Marathon Longest Music Radio Show in the World, 216 hours of non stop music radio raising funds for @Siyazigabisa through @SLEF_SA."
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