Pictures and videos: Amapiano sensation Busta 929 builds family a mansion

Busta 929

Busta 929 has started his year on a high note. The celebrated Amapiano star is beaming with pride after building a  mansion for his family. Talking to his Instagram timeline, Busta 929 shared clips of the construction, from when it started to the finished product.

I’m very proud to announce that I’ve built a big house for my family 🙏🏾😭❤️👏🏾


No doubt Busta 929 has been winning big lately, from purchasing first-class cars to building a big house for his family. He could not hide his joy in building a mansion for his family and posted the house on his Instagram. His fans and Mzansi were impressed by how he values his family, and they congratulated him.

🙌gr8 move bra,but don’t forget that we’ve contributed in building that house by buying ur tickets 😂


That’s really a great idea and it’s massive most of people fail to do it for there family 👏❤️

A look at Busta 929 business empire multiple streams of income

After buying expensive cars and building a mansion for his family, many questions have been asked about Busta’s 929 sources of revenue. Although his primary source of income is his music career, Busta also has other money-making deals.

Busta 929 is a businessman and social media personality from South Africa. He is the founder and owner of the Thupa Industry Record label, which he launched in 2016. His record label has helped several upcoming artists in Mzansi and has worked with brands like  Black Is Brown ENT and Prime Hold Consulting.

Busta 929
Busta 929 builds a mansion for his family: Image source @Instagram

Award-winning artist Busta is the epitome of hard work and stops at nothing to secure the bag. He happens to be the owner and founder of Busta 928 Products, which sells a variety of clothing brands, including tracksuits, hoodies, and pants. South Africa is where the BUSTA 929 merchandise is most prevalent.

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