People… people, let’s not talk about money matters! Well, recently the famous South African music producer DJ Black Coffee gave an exclusive interview to the British podcast Diary of a CEO.
And the interview made jaws drop, just a little amazed at what money can do. During the interview, Black Coffee told Steven Bartlett that he bought his neighbor’s house so he could have private parties with his friends.
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He said he really can’t throw parties for his friends because he shares a house with his mother and children. And the possibility of buying a neighbor’s house looked reasonable. So he didn’t think about it.
“I can’t even have a little party because my mom is in another room. And then it bothered me so much, I remember talking to my friend, I was like the person I love, but at the same time I just feel like it can’t be.
“The most incredible thing happened, I get a call and this guy says, ‘By the way, I’m selling my house and moving to another country. Just so you know how to be a neighbor,” he said.
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He has plans for the house he purchased that go beyond entertaining guests and throwing parties. “I want to build a Black Coffee House that would be like a house of the future. But in the future it will be the same as he lived before. I’m very intentional about the things I collect, the art on the wall, like everything I do, I do it to create value in the home.”