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DJ Black Coffee’s Mercedes-Benz G 63 Brabus set social media abuzz

With an illustrious career spanning years, DJ Black Coffee has quickly become one of the most celebrated DJs in the world.

Over the years, he has made Europe his playground and has made a fortune from gigs and endorsements. He lives lavishly and is unapologetic about it. Despite Europe being his playground, he has furnished his craze for cars with the world’s finest back home. He has an impressive car collection worth millions. However, DJ Black Coffee’s customised Mercedes-Benz G 63 Brabus has been topping trends after its photos made rounds on social media.Race customised the car, and it’s a beauty. It boasts a full Inozetek wrap and signature Race! Blackout Brabus front bumper lip and drl.

Of interest is the fact that it also has a super sprint exhaust system and a spare wheel delete kit. The photos of the Mercedes-Benz have gained thousands of comments and reactions since they dropped on the internet.

DJ Black Coffee


Many have been trying to connect the dots about its price tag but have hit a dead end. No doubt it costs a fortune because of the customisation and extras. A few days ago, Zimbabwean business tycoon Sir Wicknell bought a 2023 Mercedes-Benz G 63 for R9.5 million without extras.

Apart from the Mercedes-Benz G Wagon, he reportedly owns several exotic cars that include:

McLaren GT
Mercedes-Benz G-Class
Bentley Flying Spur
Mercedes-Benz CLK
A few years ago, he topped trends after it was reported that he owned a private jet. Against these rumours, he revealed that he only hires it for tours and personal use.

Source: The southafrican

In other news – Zahara’s husband Mpho Xaba opens up about the singer’s death

Zahara’s husband Mpho Xaba took to the podium at Rhema Bible Church to pay his last respects to award-winning singer and reality TV star Zahara on Thursday.


He recalls how he met the singer, who comforted him in a dark time. He joked about how Zahara planned to speak about their love journey on their wedding day to say how he played hard to get. Read more

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