WCB singer Lavalava has gifted himself a brand new multi-million convertible car.
WCB’s Lavalava acquires a brand new multi-million car [Video]
The Niuwe singer decided to gift himself a brand new Toyota Soarer Convertible, a car that is estimated to cost between Sh1 million to Sh2.3 million, without shipping costs. The cost of the car also depends on the year of manufacture and the millage.
In a post shared on Instagram, Lavalava said that God and the whole of WCB management for the role they have played in making him the man that he is today, and all that he has.
He recounted how three years ago, he was broke and could not afford to buy himself anything, but through the help of WCB he can now earn his money.
Here is his post;
“Kwanza Kabisa Nimshukuru M/Mungu kwamaana Bila Yeye Nisingefika Hapa Nilipo pili Wazazi Wangu Tatu CEO @diamondplatnumz Nauongozi Wote Wa @wcb_wasafi @babutale@sallam_sk @ricardomomo@kameboy_j @mkubwafellatmkkwakuhakikisha Tunapata Haki Zetu Kihalali Ili Nasisi Tuendeshe Maisha Yetu Nakusaidia Familia Zetu NNE Nikushukuru Wewe Shabiki Yangu Uliekuwa Unanisapoti Tangu Nilipoanza Mpaka Sasa Nilipofikia Kijana Wenu Nimeongeza Kausafiri Nahii Sikwasababu Mimi Nitajiri Sana hii Nikwasababu Ya Sapot Yenu Tangu Mwanzo Wa Safari Yangu Ya Muziki Ewe kijana Mwenzangu Dada kaka Nawote Waangaikaji Tusikate Tamaa Mungu Yupo Anatuona Tusali Natufanye Kazi Kwa Bidii Nakumbuka Miaka Mitatu Nyuma Nilkuwa Sina Uwezo Wakununua Hata Baiskel Ila Maombi juhudi Nakumuheshimu Kila Mtu Ndo Nguzo Yamafanikio Tusikate Tamaaa MUNGU ANATUONA #Wcb4Life,” wrote Lavalava.
This is a clear indication that WCB artistes have been doing well this year. Recently, Mbosso who was last to be signed to the label also bought himself a mega mansion in a posh estate in Dar es Salaam.
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