Roland Muchegwa speaks on his money, fame and the Yellowbones. Blessers are not new in South Africa where life is fast-paced and Uncle Roland is fitting in nicely in the nation where pretty young, ‘fair-skinned’ ladies will do anything to get sugar daddies who will cater for the financial needs.
South Africa based blesser Roland Muchegwa popularly known as Uncle Roland says he is unfazed by all the negative coverage he is getting, declaring that he will go on living large until the end of time!
Speaking in an interview, a visibly unbothered Uncle Roland says, “You know behind every successful man there are pretty women willing to do anything to secure the bag lol (laugh out loud). It’s normal,”
But Who is Uncle Roland?
The 51-year-old self-exiled Zimbabwean socialite who ‘broke the internet’ with a 30-second video clip featuring two fine ‘fair-skinned’ hotties -young enough to be his daughters-says he acquired his fortune through buying and selling fuel across SADC countries.
“I have big contracts for distributing fuel in Zimbabwe and Sadc countries, I am also a miner too and own a big club in Cape Town here in South Africa,” he says
How did you get the fame?
“Honestly, I never imagined that someday I will be the talk of every household. It all started as cyberbullying on Facebook, name-calling, and insults, then social network Twitter turned it into fame.
“I’m humbled as I get celebrity reception everywhere I go,” said Uncle Roland.
The trend-setter hinted that he is going to feature on a South Africa finest vixen video in a twitter post and when asked about this, he confirmed: “A big artiste in SA asked me to appear in his coming music video, it’s going to be lit”.
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He refused to continue working with him as long as he was still with the independent record label, Muthaland Entertainment. continue reading