Just a month ago Black Coffee donated R200,000 to his old school back in the Eastern Cape. And now his spirit of giving has rewarded him with the strength to buy Soweto's most popular entertainment spot.
His business manager, Amaru Da Costa confirmed the news of Black Coffee's new business venture and that they're more than excited to have purchased a stake in the venue.
“We are obviously very excited about the acquisition but what is even more thrilling is the fact that we can further contribute to the culture, this is the main reason we decided to invest in the venue."
He further added: “Other than a few operational improvements, it’s business as usual, Chris Hajibey and his team will continue to manage the venue and people can look forward to the many more exciting upcoming events."
The Venue Manager Chris Hajibey has also expressed great excitement with this new venture he has embarked on with Black Coffee and believes that the DJ and his team will take the business to even greater heights.
"I have a good relationship with Black Coffee and Soulistic Music, I respect their business ethics, hard work, discipline and they are people I trust to take this place to even greater heights. Partnering with this incredible team is an honor for me," said Chris.
2017 has proven to be yet another great year for Black Coffee. He not only celebrated his white wedding this year, but his song Superman featuring Bucie was sampled by American rapper Drake, he was listed by Forbes as one of the richest artists in Africa plus he's also set to launch his own sneaker range soon.
Since the announcement, Black Coffee has confirmed the news on his own social media accounts.
Congratulations have just been streaming in from his celebrity friends and all his fans.
Clean stuff 👌🏾 https://t.co/cTdF4LGPXG— CONNECT (@MsCosmoDJ) June 20, 2017
‼️🙏🏾. Bless up brother. https://t.co/k1oJppTyyr— jr (@JRafrika) June 20, 2017
Now, this is what we call levels!
Main Image Credit: Instagram/@RealBlackCoffee