Renowned South African celebrity Black Coffee travels back in time sharing the rarest of photos nobody probably has ever seen from over 30 years ago. One thing he is sure of is nobody, even himself would have ever believed he would be this great, enjoying the limelight and all.
Posting on Twitter, the shoeless Coffee shares this moment when he perhaps never had any idea of how South Africa and the world would grow to love him. He writes;
Year is probably 1989 at Mother’s place eMlazi kaJ emarobhothini That’s me ,late cousin Lwazi Kweyama and my brother. This was before my car accident. God knew. If you told me then that I’ll be where I am today would’ve probably laughed. It was already written. God knew.#maktub”
Year is probably 1989 at Mother’s place eMlazi kaJ emarobhothini That’s me ,late cousin Lwazi Kweyama and my brother.This was before my car accident.God knew.If you told me then that I’ll be where I am today would’ve probably laughed. It was already written.God knew.#maktub pic.twitter.com/A0fZSrfLSS
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) April 9, 2020
Fans couldn’t help but reminisce together such times as that ages ago when camera’s were rare to come by.
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