- Talented Mzansi singer Sjava has shared the job he would be doing if he was not a successful musician
- The Umama hitmaker told a fan that he loves making people smile during a recent question-and-answer session on Twitter
- The star, who is also an actor, revealed that he would be a clown if he was not in the business of making music
Sjava has revealed the job that he would be doing if he wasn't a successful musician. The Umama hitmaker held a Q&A session on Twitter recently.
Sjava invited his fans to ask him anything about his thriving music career. The hashtag #AskSjava trended on the micro-blogging app when the star's curious fans flooded his timeline with their questions.
One of the questions that popped up on his timeline was what would he be doing if he wasn't a famous singer. The Umama hitmaker hilariously shared that he would be a clown because he loves making people smile.
"A clown. I like putting smiles on people's faces, hence the name Jabulani."
Sjava, whose real name is Jabulani Hadebe, is not only a talented musician but he has also appeared on TV shows such as Isibaya and Zone 14.
In other Sjava news, Briefly News reported that Sjava took to social media recently to show love to Moonchild Sanelly. The Umama hitmaker took to Twitter a few days ago and posted a snap of Moonchild Sanelly recording in studio.
The singer did not mention whether they were together in studio with Moonchild on the day the snap was taken or whether they are working on a new song together. Along with a crown and a red heart emoji, the award-winning Mzansi musician captioned his post:
"Very special Moonchild Sanelly."
A tweep hilariously suggested that Sjava and Moonchild are an item and low-key asked when he was paying lobola for her.
Briefly News previously reported that Sjava announced that his single Umcebo has reached five million streams on music streaming platforms.
The singer took to social media on Wednesday night, 3 February to share the good news with his fans. Umcebo is one of the songs on his four-track EP titled Umsebenzi. The musician dropped the hot EP through his independent record label 1020 Cartel on 4 December, 2020.
Other tracks on the project are Imigomo Nemibandela, Ikusasa and Maduze. Sjava took to Instagram to show appreciation to his fans for their support.
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