RapLyf boss and “Vur Vai” mastermind Kwesta may well make a fine comedian. The rapper recently revealed the comic side of him when he thought out loud about his ability to bring top American rappers Rick Ross and Homie Quan to South Africa and then compared himself to Patrice Motsepe, one of South Africa’s wealthiest men.
The reason for the comparison is not farfetched. Rick Ross and Homie Quan are big stars and don’t settle for change. It takes hard cash and prominence to bring them around. So, well, meet “Patrice Motsepe Kwesta Dakar.” Yes?
“#TZTydKwesta not quite Patrice but I try my best at least… I’m bringing out @Rick for le ‘sthing-thing saseSandton’ no rich homie quams, just SA’s #1 and @RichHomieQuan! @RapLyfRecordsZA,” Kwesta had tweeted.
Kwesta, who recently celebrated his eighth wedding anniversary with wife Yolanda, will perform with Rick Ross and Homie Quan at the #HeinekenExperience on Friday December 14 as well as release his collaboration with Homie Quan (titled “Come From the Bottom”) and with Rick Ross (titled “Kuhambani”).
Rick Ross is not only looking forward to his performance at the #HeinekenExperience and to shooting the video of “Kuhambani,” he is also looking to have a good time before the Friday blast.
And the best way to have a great time, apparently, is to spend time in the company of the babes. There’s no dulling with the “Purple Lamborghini” crooner, really. He posted a video asking female fans to meet him at Checkers.
Checkers? What Checkers? The fast-food restaurant in America or the local supermarket in South Africa? It has been questions after questions from fans but the rapper has made no clarification.
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