DJ Sbu seems unfazed by the MoFaya drama
DJ Sbu (Instagram)
Johannesburg- DJ Sbu seems undeterred by the storm erupting around him.
Last week it emerged that the controversial radio personality and entrepreneur landed in hot water with Kaizer Chiefs, after three of its players were fined for posing with Sbu's MoFaya. (Read that story here)
Weekend reports revealed that Amakhosi big wigs weren't impressed, and have decided to take legal action against Sbu for ambush marketing after he used the club's name, and the name of the three players to promote his drink. (Find that story here)
However, Sbu seems unfazed by all the trouble he's apparently in. In fact, he was in Swaziland over the weekend where he met the king to confirm the supply of MoFaya into the country.
Sbu also took to Twitter where he revealed that he's determined to come out a winner.
Well, at least Sbu's tackling it all with positivity right?
Thank you to His Majesty King & Her Royal Highness Princess Sikhanyiso for welcoming us in their home & sharing their priceless wisdom. We're more than honored, humbled & inspired by your blessings to do business in SD! MoFaya Beverage Company business ethos are carved around the spirit of Unity, Peace and Love. These 3 pillars are significant in embracing the spirit of humanity, forgiveness and Ubuntu which yields a positive and harmonious environment where individuals and nations thrive and progress. The South African Government is currently on a big drive to promote beneficiation and create black industrialists and our initiative fits hand in glove with the South African government strategy. Our aim is to not only assist the South African Government but African Governments at large in creating sustainable jobs and creating new entrepreneurs along the way. With our expansion plan throughout our neighbouring countries, Swaziland included, we aim to partner with local entrepreneurs. In Swaziland, we have demonstrated this by partnering with New Creations Entities which is a Swaziland based start-up company created by and led by extremely passionate, focused and smart youth who are all under 30 years of age. We decided to empower the Swazi youth and take the painful route which will yield young entrepreneurs. MBC's business model is pro-empowerment and pro-ownership and that is why we form partnerships that focuses on having locals, esp. youth, taking active ownership rather than promoting consumerism which most companies do, sadly. Our aim is to promote a culture of buying proudly African goods, creating a culture of producing our own products as African entrepreneurs with a business model that benefits the end consumer in mind through social entrepreneurship. Wisdom says "No matter how poor we are, how the world talks about you, and says everything about you, it ought to make you keep your head up for the rest of them. We should never have words against one another. We should always say the highest thing about a brother or sister. If one is down the gutter, don't ever shove them any farther."