Users of social media are worse than SARS lifestyle auditors. Ask Dr. Malinga all about it: the musician can’t even release a video of himself in a luxurious car without inciting a frenzy among his admirers.
Social media users are worse than the lifestyle auditors of the South African Revenue Service. Ask Dr. Malinga all about it: the musician can’t even release a video of himself in a luxurious car without inciting a frenzy among his admirers.
Dr. Malinga shared a video of himself enjoying himself in a red McLaren sports car while promoting his latest hit, “Ngiyabonga Nkosi.”
Fans and followers rushed to the comment area, speculating as to whether he had purchased an expensive new automobile.
@king7th the realist remarked, “At this time SARS is observing and being like, ke o o kare wa tsoga-nyana.” “Let’s kill him, wa di jaja!”
@phiwokuhle__ said: “No ways dawg I want my money.”
“Mese kuthiwa awunamali asidonate kodwa driver moto ngondla South Africa yonke,” tweeted @the ariesmemela.
@malome sabelo stated, “At least the donations were utilized.”
Now, there is nothing wrong with a musician driving about in an expensive automobile, but if the public donated money to the artist just a few months ago while he was experiencing financial troubles, raised eyebrows are to be expected.
Donors to Dr. Malinga can be assured, however, that he did not go on a spending frenzy.
The musician earlier stated that he paid R100,000 to Sars, but in an interview with TshisaLIVE, he admitted that the automobile was not his, but a friend’s, and that he cannot afford such a vehicle at the present.
“That is not my car; it’s only a video. I never stated that the automobile is mine. It is my friend’s vehicle, not mine. Currently, I cannot afford such a vehicle.
“Even if I had the cash, I would not buy that car at this time. This vehicle is too little for me, as I prefer larger vehicles. For me, purchasing a McLaren is a last resort,” he told the outlet.