Local music producer Kabza De Small might love his craft but he also has other interests outside Amapiano. The musician is an avid car lover and his collection of rides tells us exactly how much. Briefly.co.za takes a look at some of his beautiful whips.
1. Mercedes Benz C63 worth R1.8 million
Kabza owns himself the classic Merc worth a whopping R1.8 million. The music producer joins the likes of Prince Kaybee, who shares an equal love for the Benz.
2. BMW M2 worth R1.7 million
Kabza does not believe in the fierce rivalry between BMW and Mercedes Benz. Instead, the music producer just wants the best of both world. He owns himself a stunning BMW M2 in brilliant blue.
3. Mercedes Benz V-Class
Every artist needs a luxurious V-Class for the road. The producer enjoys travelling in the luxury transporter.
4. BMW 325i
The classic Gusheshe is a must for any man who loves cars. The vintage BMW is a firm fave in the garages of many.
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za reported that Usher is a huge fan of Amapiano. The US superstar took to Instagram on Sunday, 28 March and posted a video of himself dancing to Kabza De Small's hit Sponono.
Kabza features DJ Maphorisa, Wizkid, Cassper Nyovest and Burna Boy on the hot tune. Phori took to Twitter on Monday, 29 March to share the clip of Usher getting down to the South African song. Madumane captioned his post:
"I saw Amapiano going big in dreams. I felt it, Sauta its our time, ereng voice ya Madumane ko IG ya Usher mara he."
Cassper Nyovest also took to Usher's comment section on Instagram and said:
"Danko!!!!!! South African music to the world!!!!"
Mzansi social media users also took to Phori's comment section and shared their thoughts on Usher's video.
In other news Mzansi social media users decided to take some time to show love and appreciation to veteran actor Rapulana Seiphemo. Seiphemo is a South African actor and filmmaker.
He is primarily known for his role as Tau Mogale in the long-running soap opera Generations and its continuation, Generations: The Legacy. Many felt that they wanted to show him live while he was still alive
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Source: Briefly News