Mzansi in shock as IdolsSA winner, Thapelo who won R1 Million is now selling eggs & atchar at the taxi rank.

2022 Idols SA winner, Thapelo Molomo now selling eggs. The question that needs to be asked is why on earth a rising star like Thapelo Molomo would be selling eggs and atchar out of the trunk of his car. Has he already chewed the one million rands that he won in Idols South Africa just two months ago, or has he simply gone insane?





explained, “This is another form of income for me.” “It’s difficult to get it right every time in the music space, so it’s motivation for people who work in the music industry to say, let’s try other ways of getting money because it’s difficult to get it right in the music industry.” The fact that Thapelo, winner of Idols SA season 18, was seen selling eggs and atchar out of his car shocked many people. Thapelo is 29 years old. Thapelo Molomo People on social media are shocked to learn that he is selling his prized possessions just two months after winning all of that money in a singing competition.

They want to know why he would do such a thing. 2022 Idols SA winner, Thapelo Molomo now selling eggs He said that certain times of the year were better for music. “It’s better if you have a side hustle where you know you have other money coming in,” he said. “It’s better if you have a side hustle that involves selling something.” According to Thapelo, musicians are embarrassed to talk about their side businesses, even though they shouldn’t be. When it comes to your side hustle, he advised, “Don’t be bashful.” “You should either sell those perfumes or those chickens.

“Sell anything you can get your hands on!” He stated that he is attempting to set an example for others to follow. He stated that his business in eggs and atchar is doing very well. He stated that everything was going exceptionally well. “It was a wise decision on my part to take that action because I am now generating a profit. “The very same company that some people might find humorous is giving me money,” she said.

“I work as a counselor as well as a musician, and I am doing well in both of those roles.” He explained that his strengths lie in “time management” and “being focused.” He claimed that work and projects are his life’s focus. He stated, “I’m always working, and I’m always finding ways to get rid of poverty.” The rising star announced that he will also be releasing an EP the following month. “Since I’m at Kalawa, Oskido is in charge of supervising the majority of the work. According to what he shared, “some people from Idols are also working with me on the project.”