” Black Coffee did not give me R500 000,” Dr Malinga sets the record straight

Dr Malinga has been trending on social media as of late. There are reports that the ‘Vaya Orlando’ hitmaker is in trouble with SARS and that the South African Revenue Services (SARS) has repossessed some of his valuables for payment was due. Dr Malinga attested on Mac G’s podcast that he owes SARS a multimillion-rand bill. It was so sad seeing him shedding tears when speaking about the ordeal.

Fans and fellow artists came through for him and donated towards his bill. EFF leader Julius Malema, Busiswa, Kabza De Small, Oskido, Makhadzi and Black Coffee among other celebrities who have offered their assistance, speculation circulated on social media that some had given the star hefty amounts.

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Recent reports revealed that the musician accumulated R100 000 with donations that will go towards his multimillion rand bill. Rumours that DJ Black Coffee gave Dr Malinga R500 000 have since been circulating on social media platform.

Did DJ Black Coffee really help Dr Malinga with R500 000?

Dr Malinga set the record straight and said the rumours are actually not true.




Dr Malinga’s story is proof that there are still good individuals out there who don’t want to see others suffering. After all, Dr Malinga is also a good person who usually does not “beef” with anyone. He is the people’s person and being people’s person has worked in his favour when was desperate.

After an emotional interview with Mag G on podcast and chill, Makhadzi also reached out. She added Malinga on her one-woman-show line up.


All the South African artists have to come together and lend helping hands when one of them is going through a ‘rough patch’. In fact, South Africans have to help one another. No one should rejoice when things are not going well for another person. Tomorrow it might be you who needs help.

Though we may have enemies, we should never gloat over their destruction and rejoice over their calamity. if we have a prideful heart and gloat over one’s misfortune, that’s ungodly.

Romans 12:19-21 – “Vengeance is mine, I will repay”.