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In a post on his Instagram account today, Vee gave us a glance into his glamorous mansion. The purpose was not to flaunt his opulent lifestyle or to cause chest pains, but it came from a good place, purely to inspire his fans that hard work pays off.
The exterior of the house is stylish with a pool outside and it looks absolutely stunning. This is a house fit for a king guys! Vee even went to show us his cars which include a Range Rover, G-Wagon, and his Porsche which were parked outside.
He said people have been calling him VeeNimbi lately because of his expensive lifestyle. He encouraged his fans to work hard in life so that people can say they are using dark magic to attain your wealth.
His nickname “VeeNimbi” is inspired by the name of the late Zimbabwean socialite and entrepreneur Ginimbi who died recently after a car crash. As soon as Ginimbi passed on celebs, ordinary peeps and rich people were accused of using dark magic to accumulate wealth.
This follows after SA self-proclaimed former “slay queen” Jackie Phamotse went live on Instagram and spoke about this controversial topic.
Although the award-winning author did not name and shame, people were quick to draw their own conclusions and started accusing other celebs.
Jackie said not all rich people are using dark magic, but said they will make you believe that they got gigs, endorsements which pays them a lot of money which is supposedly not true.
“For example, when we talk about environments, in people’s houses, from the gate, something is poured at the gate. By entering the place you have inherited some kind of umuthi (black magic). When you get into the house or the yard itself. There are things in that yard that have been planted that you don’t know, you inherit that. If somebody has died, and something was done to him, you inherit that and this is way before you have sex,” she explained.
“In a lot of these big houses, there are a lot of rooms people don’t go into. There are spaces that are not occupied and you are not invited to. For example, if you go to a person who has a snake in the house. It’s either they keep it in a locked room or a coffin. These coffins are usually in the backroom or a room that no one doesn’t enter.”
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