Club Corona doesn’t really dabble in politics and current affairs but a few things have really grabbed my attention like this Kunene guy for instance.
Kenny Kunene is a South African business tycoon who recently blew R700 000 on his 40th birthday party.He went from being behind bars to driving the latest cars, Kenny Kunene just can’t manage to keep himself out of the lime light and the public eye.
His birthday party was extremely over the top which resembled a Jay Z ,now he is being criticized by public figures.
Kunene doesn’t seem bothered judging from the slogan on Audi A4 license plate on ,”So What?”
I honestly can’t blame the man for being Rich, are we crucifying him because he is Black?
What is your take on this issue , I want to know.
Kunene stated the following in a letter “Vavi, go hang or go to hell,” Kunene.
Vavi had criticized Kunene’s lavish lifestyle at a forum in Boksburg, referring to a “R700 000” birthday party Kunene held to celebrate his 40th birthday where sushi was served on the torsos of half-naked women.
Vavi claimed that this was a direct insult to the poor,ANC youth league leader Julius Malema was one of the attendees, a very poor example displayed by these powerful men.
“It makes me sick,” he added.
Kunene then later said on Thursday in response to Vavi’s comments that he would like to “correct your misapprehension that my party cost R700 000. It cost more”.
He said Vavi should be ashamed of himself for aiming his attacks at “aspiring young people” who happen to be millionaires.
“You are opposed to successful young people – whether the success is political or financial success. You make me sick.”
Vavi on Thursday refused to comment on Kunene’s letter.
“I won’t be drawn in. Who is he?”
However, Vavi later said: “I can’t roll around in the mud with a pig. One would never win.”
According to Kunene, Vavi begrudges young people’s success, and also has “enough experience” of a luxurious lifestyle.Facebook profile if you want proof.”Robert Gumede’s R50m wedding. You went without complaint, so must we conclude that lavish parties are okay, as long as you are invited to them?”
“Two years ago you had a lavish wedding with horse-drawn carriages no less. If you are really so concerned about the poor, why don’t you stop wearing designer shirts? Why don’t you sell your house and go and live in a shack?”
Kunene, who admits in the letter that he has clashed with the law in the past, also said when young people see him and hear his life story, they see a true alternative to crime.
“Just have a look at me” Vavi should also not expect an invitation to Kunene’s next party, stated the letter.
The Sushi king continued
“I’m not a worker and you represent the working class. Therefore my party is certainly not the place for you. But you were more than willing to attend (billionaire)