Black Coffee embraces his disability

Black Coffee is one of the most endearing celebrities in Mzansi

By  | Dec 05, 2018, 07:57 PM

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DJ Black Coffee is one of the most successful personalities in South Africa, the DJ has had a pretty solid career and it is only getting better with time. Not only is he famous in Africa, he is also a highly rated international DJ who plays at big festivals including Coachela.

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Black Coffee got candid about why he stopped wearing an arm brace when he was younger, "When I was young after the car accident I used to wear one and being a kid it was hard as kids can be mean so I decided to stop wearing it especially in public. It has taken me so much time to appear like this in public because of my own insecurities but I decided to post this picture not just because for years people had their own versions of my story, I did this for myself." He said. See the heartfelt post below.

While here in Berlin I went to see this great artist @yohnagao yesterday in his Studio and I decided to put on an arm brace. When I was young after the car accident I use to wear one and being a kid it was hard as kids can be mean so I decided to stop wearing it especially in public.It has taken me so much time to appear like this in public because of my own insecurities but I decided to post this picture not just because for years people had their own versions of my story,I did this for myself. This is a big step for me personally,being able to walk freely without over thinking is such a great achievement for me and I'm becoming more confident to do it more often.We all have little/big things that we don't like about ourselves and we often put ourselves down before other people do,I'm personally working towards breaking those chains in my space and I believe with this I'm gonna unlock even more opportunities for myself.Dont let anything pull you down. Fight for the best version of yourself. I've always been tough a person I'd take anything, even inherit other people's problems and bottle them inside while they eat me up, now as a Father I try to teach my kids not to do the same so I'm learning to not to be strong when I'm not supposed to be ,I'm learning to cry and reflect in my own truth and all my faults and I'm trying be better.My dear Brothers it's ok,it's ok to cry. Growing up we were often told "indoda ayikhali".This line has mostly groomed men with no emotions who find it easy to harm other people (emotionally or physically) mostly women.Lets change this. Let's be our Parent's wildest dreams.It starts with facing ourselves then loving ourselves. I'm so proud of me. I love me.

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