- Big Zulu and Duduzane Zuma have become close friends, the musician revealed that they understand each other
- The Imali eningi hit maker revealed that he sees the son of former president Jacob Zuma as an older brother
- The two finally met each other following his song going viral prompting the #DuduzaneZumaWalkChallenge and #DuduzaneZumaChallenge
Big Zulu has revealed that he sees Duduzane Zuma as an older brother and they often talk to one another.
The musician grew up in rural KwaZulu-Natal and discovered that he and the former president's son have a lot in common.
During an interview with MacG he revealed that he sees him as an older brother and they talk about life.
“He is like an older brother to me because we talk about life, because he is always travelling. We often talk.”
Last year Duduzane shared a video of him walking while Big Zulu’s song Imali eningi was playing which sparked a viral phenomenon called the #DuduzaneZumaWalkChallenge and #DuduzaneZumaChallenge.
This provided an opportunity for the two to meet and revealed that they got along immediately and understood each other.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Big Zulu recently took to social media to share that he and Duduzane Zuma have become best of friends lately. The rapper revealed that he now even has Duduzane's number.
Big Zulu took to Twitter and Instagram on Wednesday, 16 December to show off his friendship with the celebrity businessman. Big Zulu has one of the biggest songs in Mzansi currently. Imali Eningi is one of the most-played tracks in the country this festive season. The song trended after Duduzane participated in the #DuduzaneZumaChallenge.
The musician flexed about his friendship with Duduzane recently. He told his fans that he was about to call Duduzane so they could go to KwaMaye Maye to eat meat and watch beautiful ladies.
In other news, Big Zulu has finally met Duduzane Zuma. The rapper has one of the biggest tracks in Mzansi this festive season. The former president Jacob Zuma's son met the Imali Eningi hitmaker a few days ago.
The businessman took the song to another level when he participated in the viral #DuduzaneZumaChallenge using the song as background music. The song has been trending on social media since Big Zulu dropped it a few weeks ago.
The chart-topping track is on high rotation on radio and TV stations across Mzansi and is doing very well on music streaming platforms. The music video has also surpassed 2 million views on YouTube in just two weeks.
Big Zulu took to Instagram and Twitter to share a video of their meeting with Duduzane.
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