Sibusiso “DJ Sbu” Leope was beaming with joy as he thought back to when his well-known Mofaya business first started.
The DJ posted a photo on his account with the caption “2014 how it all started” showing them starting the first openly black-owned energy drink.
Since Mofaya’s debut, the company has experienced significant expansion.
Sbu recently disclosed that he had signed a contract with Shoprite Checkers.
Despite social media users questioning who owns the brand the DJ aggressively promotes, Sbu has made it obvious he is unconcerned with haters and would rather concentrate on Mofaya’s influence.
“I’d like to confirm and say you are correct. It definitely isn’t mine because Mofaya is yours. I’m OK and you can just call me a brand ambassador, you can call me a hustler, you can call me an entrepreneur. Ultimately, language is man-made. I’m just proud of the team at Mofaya,” he said on his YouTube channel.
DJ Sbu and Siphiwe Likhuleni Shongwe cofounded the first proudly black-owned energy drink in South Africa in 2013, according to the Miss SA organization.
Sbu has made significant progress both in the business world and the entertainment industry.
His personal development-focused podcast, The Hustler’s Corner Global, collaborated with P Diddy’s Revolt TV.
Sbu previously told TshisaLIVE that his fans have a lot to look forward to from him this year since he intends to concurrently release a book and an album where he would be addressing all the queries his fans have had.
“I will be revealing a lot of things people didn’t know about me. I will be speaking out. I have always kept quiet about a lot of things and a lot of narratives that have been out there about me. I will be revealing more of the journey I have been going through. People have been seeing me hugging trees, walking barefoot, and want to understand more about it. People have been hearing rumours of me being broke, and want to hear my perspective. The book will explain.”