- Tbo Touch got to chill with one of the world's greatest boxers of all time - Floyd Mayweather
- Tbo shared videos and a photo on social media showing his fans all the fun he had in Beverly Hills
- The radio entrepreneur was in Beverly Hills at the birthday party of Canadian record producer Murda Beatz
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South African digital radio entrepreneur and DJ, Tbo Touch, is living the life of the rich and the famous as he chills in Beverly Hills.
He got to spend time with some heavyweights in the celeb world like Floyd Mayweather and Murda Beatz, the Canadian record producer.
Tbo showed off with the fun he had in the company of the international stars on social media, giving his fans a glimpse at his glamorous life.
We can't say we're not a tad bit jealous.
In one Instagram post, Tbo is seen making a toast to Murda Beatz (it was presumably his birthday) and showed him love all the way from Soweto.
"All the way from Johannesburg, from the revolutionary streets of Soweto, the home of Nelson Mandela, across all the love, and great respect to Murda Beatz."
Tbo is known for sometimes rubbing people the wrong way, but it's not like he really cares. His opinion is his, as reported on by YEN.com.gh earlier.
He ruffled a number of feathers when he addressed colonisation. He shared his candid opinion and it didn't sit right with many social media users.
In a tweet that has since been deleted, Tbo said he worries when he knows a black pilot is in control of his flight. He would question the pilot's qualifications, and blamed it on colonisation.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that a rare historic photo of Ghana’s former President Rawlings donating blood to stock up the national blood bank has warmed hearts on social media. The image was reportedly taken in the 1980s.
The founder of the National Democratic Party (NDC) used to be a regular blood donor. Until he turned 60 years, former President Rawlings responded positively to calls for regular blood donations to help save lives and also ensure that the country’s national blood banks were well-stocked.
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