Ayanda Thabethe Flaunts R5 Million Maybach Push Gift She Received From Her Baby Daddy Peter Matsimbe

Ayanda Thabethe Flaunts R5 Million Maybach Push Gift She Received From Her Baby Daddy Peter Matsimbe

  • Media personality Ayanda Thabethe received a luxurious Maybach as a push present from her baby daddy Peter Matsimbe, worth over R5 million, for their second son
  • The gift was shared on social media, sparking mixed reactions from users who shared their unfiltered responses
  • Many questioned Matsimbe's alleged involvement in fraudulent activities and the appropriateness of accepting the gift
  • Briefly News spoke to Auto Trader South Africa who elaborated on what makes the Maybach stand out from other cars in a similar price range

Ayanda Thabethe is living the dream. The media personality who recently welcomed her second son shared the luxurious gift that her man Peter Matsimbe bought for her.

Ayanda Thabethe shows off her lux car
Ayanda Thabethe showed off her luxurious car allegedly worth R5 million. Image: @ayandathabethe
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Ayanda Thabethe shows off her lux push present

Media personality Ayanda Thabethe is receiving the queen treatment she deserves from her baby daddy Peter Matsimbe. The star, who tries to keep her family and relationship a top-secret, recently flaunted her push gift.

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A video of the mother of two showing off her expensive whip has caused a stir on social media. @sanelenkosix shared the post on X and noted that the gift was for Ayanda's second son, who was born a few months ago. The post's caption read:

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"Ayanda Thabethe shows off her Maybach push present worth over R5 Million bought by her baby daddy Peter Matsimbe for their second born son."

Auto Trader SA elaborates on what makes Ayanda's Maybach standout

We all know Maybachs scream luxury and only a few can afford the lux whips. Speaking exclusively to Briefly News, Auto Trader South Africa explained what makes this car stand out in terms of its design, engineering, and exclusivity compared to other luxury vehicles in a similar price range.

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"There are currently three Mercedes-Maybach models one can buy new locally, namely the S580, based on the S-Class, which retails at R4.1 million before options; the GLS600, based on the GLS, which retails for R4.6 million before options, and the current flagship, the S680, also based on the S-Class, that retails for around R5.1 million before options.
"Based on the article and the images we have seen, the person in question has the Mercedes-Maybach S680, which is powered by a turbocharged V12 engine that produces 450kW and 900Nm of torque, making it one of the very last V12-powered cars you can buy on the new market.
"A Maybach is unique because it takes what is already considered a luxurious product, in this case, an S-Class Mercedes-Benz, and makes it even more elegant, with higher quality materials, an increased emphasis on the comfort of all occupants, and even more soundproofing, and insulation to make the experience of driving in the vehicle as comfortable and particular as possible. The ability to customise the car in question also sets Maybach apart, with bespoke exterior and interior options for discerning customers. The perceived rarity is also a drawcard for many buyers who want exclusivity in their own custom-made products, with status among elite and wealthy individuals."

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Mzansi weighs in on Ayanda Thabethe's push gift

Social media users shared mixed reactions to the post. Some were happy for the media personality, while others talked about how her man was wanted by the police for fraud.

@Ketso28 said:

"Willingly accepting a car from a man who is wanted by the police for buying cars fraudulently is wild. IG mommies really love criminals shame."

@Ihhashi_Turkei commented:

"Have a baby by me baby and be a millionaire! The babies are securing the bags for our girlies. Happy for her."

@sirboring_26 added:

"Ain't this dude on the run? Cause he defrauded Standard Bank with a car scam?"

@Sithe_daGTi SAID:

"We really need a new batch of baddies! The smarter one. How do you flaunt such on social media when your man is wanted?"

@lulushezi wrote:

"These will be useful in the SIU chart a few years from now."

Ayanda Thabethe launches YouTube channel

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In more entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Ayanda Thabethe has started a new endeavour online. The socialite wants fans to know her better.

The gorgeous influencer shared that she would share snippets of her life on YouTube. She posted her first video, which got some attention.

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Source: Briefly News

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Privie Kandi (Entertainment Editor) Privilege Kandi is an entertainment news editor (joined Briefly in 2022). A Journalism and Mass Communication graduate from the Christian College of Southern Africa (2016), she has been in the arts and entertainment industry for six years. Privie has worked for the Zimbabwe International Film and Festival Trust as a communications officer and a writer and TV producer for lifestyle and entertainment channel CME TV. She passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative. You can reach her at privie.kandi@briefly.co.za.