How ‘Rich Kids of Zimbabwe’ including Mugabe’s sons flaunted their wealth

NAMES OF THE KIDS ARE IN THE FILE NAME. FULL TEXT SEND VIA E-MAIL! EXCLUSIVE: The Rich Kids of Zimbabwe ‘The Kardashians’, President Robert Mugabe’s sons, ‘prophets and preachers’ all flaunting their crazy wealth online Written by Chris White Fancy a pair of alligator skin, gold plated Giuseppe Zanotti $14,000 trainers? No problem. Don’t like your Rolex watch anymore? Just pour a whole bottle of expensive champagne all over it in front of your mates in a nightclub. Welcome to the rich kids of Zimbabwe, where silver plated Rolls-Royces and private jets lined in gold are just the norm - and showing off your tens of millions are essential social media viewing. Even though the country is ranked only second to Congo as the poorest on the planet, these politicians’ off-springs and young entrepreneurs prove that there’s still plenty of money floating around the country, which is dubbed ‘the basket case of Africa.’ Amazingly, it’s not just the usual suspects - such as the sisters dubbed the ‘Zimbabwean Kardashians’ - flaunting their wealth around in the poverty-stricken nation, but Church preachers, or ‘prophets’ as they like to call themselves, showing off their fancy cars and bundles of fifty dollar bills. The Rich of Instagram has been a craze in recent years even hitting the likes of Tehran and Tunisia, but it’s the case of Zimbabwe which is most astonishing, as the economy has been decimated in the last two decades and inflation is currently running at 348 per cent. While the military has taken over the country in a ‘soft coup’, and are currently negotiating President Robert Mugabe’s exit, these filthy rich youngsters are showcasing their wealth all over their social media. Crisis? What crisis? Top of the list is Mugabe’s notorious sons Robert Jr, 24, and Chatunga, 20. In September, the former bought two Rolls Royce. While studying American Architecture in Dubai, Junior turned up in a black Batmobile, which he sho

 

 

 

People cheered in the streets today as dictator Robert Mugabe was forced to resign. They’re angry at years of declining living conditions, with a GDP per capita lower than Afghanistan. But you wouldn’t know it from these photos, showing how the country’s elite are still finding plenty of wealth to go around. Photos shared online, including by Mugabe’s sons, show a minority have been living the high life, pouring champagne on their Rolex just ’cause, wearing $14,000 alligator skin Giuseppe Zanotti trainers and travelling around in silver plated Rolls-Royces and private jets.

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The younger Mugabes, Robert Jr, 25 and Chatunga, 21, have both shared photos of their luxury lifestyle showing off their bling and expensive cars. Robert Mugabe made headlines after turning up to college in Dubai in a black Batmobile, which he bragged about to 23,000 followers on Instagram. His brother Chatunga was filmed pouring a bottle of Ace of Spades champagne on his Rolex watch at a nightclub just to show off. Their father Robert Mugabe resigned today amid scenes of jubilation in the country.

 

Zimbabweans have been filmed celebrating in Harare with many cheering, dancing and honking car horns. And the celebrations seem to be spreading, with Zimbabweans living in South Africa also taking to the streets in Johannesburg. Zanu PF chief whip Lovemore Matuke said: ‘I am very happy that the president had chosen to go voluntarily.’ ‘This would have ended in serious embarrassment’ if the party was forced to impeach Mugabe, he said.

 

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