Mzansi Celebs

Lasizwe spoils himself with a brand new BMW Convertible Car: Photos

While others keep criticizing him every time and again on social media, YouTuber Lasizwe Dambuza is climbing the ladder as he keeps shifting to higher levels!

As this has been a difficult year for most celebrities, because they had to forego their gigs due to the lockdown, some have thrived.

Mzansi celebs like Lasizwe, who rely on digital marketing, might have capitalized on their niches and secured the bag.

Lasizwe has another set of wheels now.

He secured a brand new BMW.

Lasizwe spoils himself with a brand new BMW Convertible Car

Lasizwe shared pictures of his new whip on his Instagram stories.

Lasizwe spoils himself with a brand new BMW Convertible Car

Lasizwe also recently bought himself a SMEG double door fridge.

Mzansi Twitter is crazy about SMEG, Somizi and his husband Mohale, also made waves with their expensive SMEG kitchenware a few months ago.

Lasizwe spoils himself with a brand new BMW Convertible Car

Lasizwe’s sister, Khanyi Mbau, also shared his new ride on her Instagram as fans clamored to congratulate him.

Lasizwe scored a new gig recently as the presenter of the new SABC1 music program, Telkom Monate Vibes.

His screen debut on the show was on the 15th of November 2020 and we will continue to see him for 8 more weeks, hosting alongside Anele Zondo.

SABC1 released an official statement on the show saying

“This bold and exciting 1-hour long music show, Telkom Monte Vibes, exudes Telkom’s summer campaign messaging of Live Your Monate; providing viewers with a varying range of artists from different genres performing on a bold and dynamic stage with a live band. This production not only provides a live performance look and feel to viewers but also gives our performers another platform on which to showcase their craft and excite their fans.”

Looks like Lasizwe will be a busy guy for a while.

In other news – Mshoza’s manager speaks out, reveals what killed the kwaito star

Kwaito star Mshoza, real name Nomasonto Maswanganyi, died on Thursday morning due to complications from diabetes.


The 37-year-old musician first revealed that she was diabetic in 2014 when she was hospitalized after a health scare. Her manager of 11 years Thanduxolo Jindela told a local publication that she was rushed to hospital on Wednesday afternoon. Learn More