Kenny Kunene

Kenny Kunene is a South African businessman who propelled himself to famed thanks to his Sushi exploits and extravagant parties, an e.tv reality show called So What and a 2013-2014 foray at the politics.

Kenny Kunene
Born Thapelo Kenneth
Kunene
October 21, 1970
Odendaalsrus
Free State
South Africa
Also Known As Sushi King
Nationality South Africa
Political Party ANC until 2013
EFF, 2013
PA, 2013 – to date
Education Vista University
Occupation Former Teacher
Businessman
Lobbyist
Former Politician
Wife Mathato Kunene
1996 – 2012
Children 3

Imprisonment

1997 – 2003
Offense Fraud
Facility Grootvlei Prison

Kenny Kunene was born Thapelo Kenneth Kunene in the township of Kutlwanong in Odendaalsrus in the Free State province of South Africa.

He is one of two brothers; his brother is Papi Kunene who gained a brief public attention for his interview with Drum magazine in December 2010.

Kenny Kunene was raised by his mother and grandparents in in Odendaalsrus in the Free State.

His mother has served as an Evangelist and faith healer while  his grandmother, a midwife, was the family’s sole breadwinner.

Kenny Kunene attended primary school and later went to high school in the Free State province.

He later attended Vista University where he completed his teacher’s degree, it has also been reported that Kenny Kunene obtained his teacher’s degree from Central University of Technology.

It is important to note that Vista University and Central University of Technology were founded in 1982 although it is clearly stated that Central University of Technology as Technikon Free State.

It has also been reported that the then Vista University is today’s Central University of Technology.

Kenny Kunene reportedly completed his teacher’s degree in 1995 and began teaching although unclear where.

While teaching he started running a Ponzi Scheme which led to his arrest, trial, conviction and six year imprisonment.

It has been reported that the conviction was that of fraud for which he spent 6 years at Grootvlei Prison in Grootvlei in Bloemfontein in the Free State province of South Africa.

It has also been reported that Kenny Kunene spent a total of 10 years locked up having spent 4 years awaiting trial before serving his six year sentence.

While in prison Kenny Kunene made tea for prison wardens for which he earned R22.00 per month, it has also been claimed that he earned further through getting involved in smuggling for fellow inmate turned friend later business partner, Gayton McKenzie.

In 2003 Kenny Kunene was released from prison, at which point he decided to stay away from crime, reportedly, despite being broke, declining numerous offers to get involved in robberies.

In 2004 he got a job working as an agent (representative) for a man selling refurbished desks and stationery to schools in the Free State province.

In the same year Kenny Kunene, through his old contacts, arranged discounts for a would be business partner starting a nightclub in his hometown of Odendaalsrus in the Free State province, his efforts earned him a stake in that club.

In September 2005 he made a brief return to his profession when he got a teaching job at Calculus Secondary School in Bloemfontein where he reportedly taught life orientation and English; and it has also been reported that he was a pupil’s counselor.

In 2006 Kenny Kunene entered into a business agreement with friend and fellow former inmate Gayton McKenzie when the formed X Concepts Publishing to promote and sell his (Gayton McKenzie) prison biography.

Together, they also started a fish company with four trucks and a refrigerated warehouse and they have since sold it, reportedly for profits.

In 2007 Kenny Kunene made a lot of money selling tickets to Gayton McKenzie’s motivational talks to companies.

Furthermore, Kenny Kunene advised people on weaknesses in their home security for a certain fee.

Along with Gayton McKenzie, they invested the portion of the money earned from the book sales in mine consultancy business.

Kenny Kunene was hired by Central Rand Gold (CRG), whose CEO at the time was Greg James, on an undisclosed large contractor’s salary.

It has also been claimed that he received share options believed to be worth thousands of rands.

In February 2008 Kenny Kunene was appointed senior manager of community relations at Central Rand Gold (CRG).

Along with Gayton McKenzie, Kenny Kunene  – using the business skills learnt from mentors, James and Gavin Varejes – attracted foreign investors and became part owner of at least four companies.

In 2010 Kenny Kunene and his business partner, Gayton McKenzie, reportedly began mining operations in Zimbabwe.

 

Rise to Fame and Prominence, 2010 – to date

In October 2010 Kenny Kunene rose to instant fame when he through a notoriously opulent 40th birthday party that provoked debate, envy, praise and rebuke across South Africa.

In 2011 his instant fame earned him a reality show – So What: Big Money, Big Dreams  – on e.tv, this was at the time when the channel introduced at least three reality show including that of Kenny Kunene while the others were Blame It On Fame which starred the Masina twins and the other was Rolling with Zola which was later turned into a Rolling with anthology series.

In 2012 e.tv renewed Kenny Kunene’s So What: Big Money, Big Dreams for the second season – that season premiered on March 19 and concluded on June 11 after 13 episodes.

The year 2012 also saw the closure of his Sandton ZAR night Club, reportedly after the Radisson Hotel (where the club was renting for three years) needed the space to conduct it’s own business.

In 2013 he joined expelled ANC member and former ANC Youth League president Julius Malema on his new political party, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), essentially rescinding his support for the African National Congress – however – his stay at Julius Malema’s EFF was short lived.

He formed his own political party, Patriotic Alliance (PA), with business partner and friend Gayton McKenzie which contested the 2014 General Election of South Africa to a dismal outcome.

In 2014 Kenny Kunene was a roastee on The Comedy Central Roast – a South African version of the international format of one-off specials hosted by Comedy Central in which a selected celebrity is roasted by a panel of it’s peers.

In October 2014 he officially departed from politics and hosted his 44th birthday, once again eating Sushi off women, this time – reportedly completely naked “F*** politics! This is what I do full-time now” Kenny Kunene was quoted saying.

 

The 40th Birthday Party

Kenny Kunene was just another rich South African businessman lost in obscurity and the assumption that he is just another product of the New South Africa’s Black Economic Empowerment until he set himself apart with his highly controversial 40th birthday party.

Likened to MTV’s My Super Sweet 16, then Metro FM DJ, Fistaz Mixwell referred to the infamous party as “My Super Sweet 40th”.

Kenny Kunene Shushi PartiesKenny Kunene reportedly spent R700 000 (Seven Hundred Thousand Rand) on the party: the guest list included Durban heavy weights; DJ Tira, L’vovo Derrango, Professor (Mkhonzeni Langa) and the Big NUZ.

Others on the guest list were famed musician DJ Sbu, comedian David Kau, famed socialite Khanyi Mbau, then African National Congress Youth League President Julius Malema and then spokesperson to The South African Presidency Zizi Kodwa among numerous notable figures in South Africa.

The party was held at the closed Sandton ZAR nightclub at the Radisson Hotel, the club owned by the man of the hour and his business partner Gayton McKenzie.

The party’s inventory list reportedly included; 66 bottles of Dom Pérignon, 36 bottles of Cristal and 32 bottles of 18 year old Chivas Regal.

Undoubtedly; the highlight of Kenny Kunene’s 40th birthday party was his snack of choice and how he chose to eat it.

Kenny Kunene, on that night at the Sandton ZAR nightclub at the Radison Hotel earned his nickname, Sushi King, when he ate Sushi off half-naked women.

 

  • Criticism in the Wake of his 40th Birthday Party

Kenny Kunene’s party was not well received by everyone, most notably; Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi used words and phrases like; “predatory elite”, “spitting in the faces of the poor” and “like the typical hyenas they are”.

Kenny Kunene responded to Zwelinzima Vavi’s criticism by writing an open letter which claimed that he (Vavi) was jealous as he had failed to earn an invite to the party and went on to point that Zwelinzima Vavi was “only too happy” to attend the wedding of Robert Gumede which cost a reported R50 million.

 

An Open Letter to President Jacob Zuma

In June 2013 Kenny Kunene wrote an open letter to the President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, leveling a multitude of accusations – among others; tyranny, being a puppet of the Guptas and of “stripping the ANC of the last shred of its integrity”.

“In public you smile and laugh, but in truth you behave like a monster, a tyrant who will target perceived enemies ruthlessly, and because of that fear, few dare to speak openly” Kenny Kunene wrote in a open letter to Jacob Zuma.

 

Economic Freedom Fighters 2013

In July 2013 Kenny Kunene joined Julius Malema’s then newly founded political party, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF).

Kenny Kunene, Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu“I am now going full-time into politics as a member and a revolutionary cadre of the Economic Freedom Fighters movement to make it a force to be reckoned with and to contest the next election” Kenny Kunene said in a tweeted letter.

Inside the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Kenny Kunene was the head of campaigns, mobilization and special projects.

His stay in that political party was short-lived.

In August 2013 Kenny Kunene resigned from the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) allegedly due to some party members being “uncomfortable” with his presence.

Immediately after his departure Kenny Kunene claimed that he had left the party to focus on his businesses but later changed his tone.

He once claimed that some people were uncomfortable with his presence within the party, however, in one radio interview Kenny Kunene cited overwhelming public affection as a reason for his departure “I didn’t necessarily outshine Malema, but there were times where it was too much for me to be adored like that. I have a serious following in South Africa and one would be uncomfortable with that. I don’t want to go down like Mbhazima Shilowa and Mosiuoa Lekota, so I withdrew my leadership position and membership” Kenny Kunene said in that interview.

The EFF was kind to Kenny Kunene following his departure, their spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi  was quoted saying “we were particularly impressed with his charisma, fearlessness, and wisdom to dissect complex challenges. we were further excited by the reception he received on the ground by ordinary communities across the country who often welcomed him as their own”.

 

Patriotic Alliance and the 2014 General Election of South Africa, 2013 – 2014

In November 2013 Kenny Kunene and his former business partner, Gayton McKenzie, founded a political party called the Patriotic Alliance (PA).

Gayton McKenzie and Kenny Kunene: Patriotic AllianceAt the founding of the Patriotic Alliance, it was announced that it intended to contest the 2014 General Election of South Africa.

Inside the Patriotic Alliance Kenny Kunene served as the party’s Secretary-General while his business partner, Gayton McKenzie served as the party president.

On May 7, 2014 the Patriotic Alliance contested the 2014 General Election of South Africa to a dismal outcome.

The Patriotic Alliance failed to make any significance impact during those elections, out of over 18 million votes cast, the party received just over 13 000.

In June 2014 Kenny Kunene announced that he was resigning as the Secretary-General of the Patriotic Alliance and went on to state that he would remain an ordinary member of the party “If  I continue as secretary general of PA, my businesses or the party will suffer”, he was quoted saying.

 

Known Business Interests

As of 2014 it is not entirely clear what businesses Kenny Kunene is involved in; however, he rose to prominence as the co-owner of Club ZAR (Johannesburg and Cape Town).

In February 2012 the Johannesburg Club ZAR closed, reportedly, after the Radisson Hotel – which rented out the space to the club – wanted the space back.

The fate of Cape Town Club ZAR remains unknown, furthermore, in February 2011 Kenny Kunene announced plans to open a Club ZAR in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal sometime in that year.

The plans never amounted to anything, it is understood that Club ZAR  Durban never went ahead.

The other Club ZAR was proposed and was to be located in Joina City in the city of Harare in Zimbabwe, that club also never came to fruition, In November 2012 Kenny Kunene was quoted saying “According to the briefings we got about the venue last year, we thought the Joina City venue was an OK place. But after conducting our research, we found out that it was not an ideal venue for our elegant and classy target market.”

“Definitely, we will not open ZAR in Zimbabwe this year, but hopefully next year. This year though, we will set up a shop in Limpopo and as you can see, we are getting closer to Zimbabwe” Kenny Kunene was quoted saying.

It is not understood whether or not the Limpopo Club ZAR ever opened.

Another extension of the ZAR empire (as referred to by Kenny Kunene) was a Pop-up ZAR, most famously house the African National Congress (ANC) delegation in Upington, Northern Cape during the party’s provincial conference.

Pop-up ZAR was also seen in the second season of e.tv’s So What, there is (or was, for lack of recent and conclusive reports) a ZAR Café in Kimberly in the Northern Cape province of South Africa.

Kenny Kunene was a director X-Concepts, a publishing and print media company founded by his former business partner.

From 2007 to 2011 Kenny Kunene was an employee and shareholder of Central Rand Gold Limited. It has been reported that in February 2010 Kenny Kunene and Gayton McKenzie began mining operations in Zimbabwe, however, it is not clear if it was under Central Rand Gold Limited or a different company.

He is also a record label boss; New Money Records (also spelt Nu Money Records) under which Fameboy Hydro (who later changed his stage name to Dro Hefner) was signed.

In 2013 Kenny Kunene ventured into the pornography industry which prompted a sudden end to his seven year business relationship with Gayton McKenzie who instructed his lawyers to have their businesses untangled for refusing to be involved in the production of pornography.

In an interview with the Mail & Guardian at the closure of Club ZAR Sandton, Kenny Kunene was quoted saying “Yo, bro, I have venture capital investments, equity, you know, I play around, I am hustler. I am a risk-taker. All my business is moving into a warehouse, which will operate like a huge production house. I am ­getting into clothing, perfume and getting ZAR to operate as a pop-up marquee venture”, however very little is known about these ventures.

 

Music

Kenny Kunene is the owner of a record company, New Money Records (sometimes spelt Nu Money Records). The company’s most famous artist is Dro Hefner (known as Fameboy Hydro while with New Money Records).

Dro Hefner left New Money Records in 2012 “they had their own vision and I had mine. I felt I couldn’t grow and achieve my goals if I stayed with their company. My soon to be born son is also my inspiration behind my drastic change”, Dro Hefner was quoted saying following his departure from Kenny Kunene’s record company.

In 2012 Kenny Kunene released his own album, ZAR Sushi Mix, a house compilation under his own record company “some people buy a soccer team or play gold once they’re financially comfortable. I’ve always loved DJ-ing and entertaining people. Unfortunately, passions don’t make money. I’m fortunate that now that I’m comfortable, I can continue with it through my record label New Money Records. In my first compilation, ZAR Sushi Mix, I included tracks by young, upcoming house producers. There’s a song on I sing with Big NUZ, Fisherman and L’vovo. Fistaz Mixwell is the executive producer”Kenny Kunene was quoted.

 

DRAKE’S MINAJ-A-TOUR and the Subsequent Show

In December 2010 Kenny Kunene claimed to be bringing Drake and Nicki Minaj to South Africa and Zimbabwe, a claim that was disputed by Nicki Minaj through her Twitter account.

ZAR Presents DRAKE'S MINAJ-A-TOUR 2010Kenny Kunene’s tweet read “ZAARR Ppl, sorry 4 the delay. It’s OOOONNNNNN (ON), ZAR ENTERTAINMENT presents DRAKE’S MINAJ-A-TOUR, 16 DEC JOBURG; 17 DEC DURBAN; 18 DEC ZIMBABWE venues2follow. I;m bringing DRAKE n NICKI MINAJ (YOUNG MONEY crew) for the 1st time in AFRICA. Pre n after PARTY @ZAR. YOUNG MULA babe. STAY BLESSEDDDDDDDDD.”

Nicki Minaj reportedly caught wing of her tour to South Africa and Zimbabwe and tweeted “So, who’s fooling who!”

DRAKE’S MINAJ-A-TOUR never took place, Kenny Kunene later successfully brought American artists Lil Kim, Fat Joe, Timbaland,  Ciara and DJ Scratch.

Although scheduled to perform in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town; they only performed at the Coco-Cola Dome in Northgate, Johannesburg, it was reported that this was as a result of slow ticket sales “It didn’t make business sense to host concerts where ticket sales were not booming” Kenny Kunene was quoted saying.

It emerged through reports that Kenny Kunene may have been swindled by a con artist who posed as Drake’s friend and manager.

 

Alleged Decline of the Fortune

In 2011 Independent Newspaper’s Tonight ran an article titled “Has Kenny Kunene’s cash run out”? That article claimed that his Lamborghini had been repossessed and was being sold off by the bank.

It also claimed that he had lost a lot of money financing ZAR-fest and his reality show, So What, further claiming that the show might not be renewed. However, in the end So What was renewed by e.tv.

There has been quiet but enduring reports of the declining fortune “now Sushi socialite Kenny Kunene is reduced to living in a backyard cottage in the garden of a Sandton mansion!” reported the Sunday Sun in March 2013.

However, in April 2013, a City Press article described Kenny Kunene’s living conditions as “If this is a cottage, with its long pool, sweeping staircase, massive marble tiles and a lounge so big you could hold tango classes in it, the rest of us must be living out of our car boots” a paragraph in that article read.

Since then there has been no evidence or at least none that is publicly known suggesting that Kenny Kunene may be less richer than he is believed to be, furthermore, the claims of the liquidation of ZAR Cape Town turned out to be a dispute between the tenant and the landlord.

 

Associates, Friends and Rivals

Patrice Motsepe and Kenny KuneneKenny Kunene has long been associated with fellow former inmate, former business partner and friend Gayton McKenzie who also featured prominently on e.tv’s So What, a reality show chronicling Kenny Kunene’s life.

He enjoyed a good relationship with then African National Congress Youth League president now leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema.

During the e.tv run of his reality show, So What, Kenny Kunene was friends with socialite and television personality, Khanyi Mbau.

He has previously stated that he gets along with Floyd Shivambu. Kenny Kunene has been at the receiving end of criticism from former Deputy President of South Africa, Kgalema Motlanthe and Cosatu general secretary, Zwelinzima Vavi.

Mostly famously he wrote a scathing letter to incumbent President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, criticizing his leadership; unleashed an angry tweet directed at the Democratic Alliance Parliamentary leader, Mmusi Maimane; and supported Oscar Pistorius during his murder trial following the fatal shooting of South African model, Reeva Steenkamp.

At his ZAR nightclubs he has hosted the likes of South African billionaire and Mamelodi Sundowns football club owner Patrice Motsepe, American musician John Legend and American rapper Busta Rhymes among others.

 

  • Relationship with Gayton McKenzie

Kenny Kunene met Gayton McKenzie at Grootvlei Prison in Grootvlei in Bloemfontein in the Free State province of South Africa where the pair was imprisoned.

It has been reported that there Kenny Kunene allegedly earned money smuggling goods for Gayton McKenzie.

In 2003 Kenny Kunene and Gayton McKenzie were released from prison.

In 2006 the pair formed X-Concepts in order to promote Gayton McKenzie’s book. Kenny Kunene later sold tickets to Gayton McKenzie’s motivational talks.

The pair embarked on a very successful business partnership which led to Kenny Kunene enjoying the exploits he has thus far and that partnership culminated in famed ZAR empire.

In May 2013 Gayton McKenzie instructed his lawyers to have their shared businesses unbundled and sold to Kenny Kunene, this was after he (Gayton McKenzie) did not want be involved in the pornography business – a direction ZAR was taking.

In October 2014 Gayton McKenzie did not attend Kenny Kunene’s 44th birthday party held at Taboo nightclub in Sandton, Johannesburg.

 

  • Relationship with Julius Malema

In 2011 in the first season of So What Kenny Kunene asserted that Julius Malema is his friend, this was after he was “confronted” by a business associate for wearing a t-shirt which bore Julius Malema‘s face. At the time Julius Malema was still with the African National Congress.

Julius Malema was a guest at Kenny Kunene’s infamous 40th birthday party and at the opening of Club ZAR in Cape Town in the Western Cape.

In 2013 Kenny Kunene joined Julius Malema‘s newly founded Economic Freedom Fighters but quickly left claiming that some people felt uncomfortable with his presence in the party.

Together with his former business partner, they founded the Patriotic Alliance which further fueled the speculation that the cosy relationship Kenny Kunene once enjoyed with Julius Malema may not be so cosy.

Gayton McKenzie, who is understood to have never supported Julius Malema‘s EFF, wrote an open letter critical of Julius Malema, most notably, he (Gayton McKenzie) stated that Kenny Kunene should reveal why he left EFF.

This suggested that since Gayton McKenzie’s letter was critical of Julius Malema, Kenny Kunene may have left the party for failure to see eye to eye with Julius Malema.

In October 2014 it was reported that Julius Malema may have been seen at Kenny Kunene’s 44th birthday party held at Taboo nightclub in Sandton, Johannesburg. Furthermore, EFF chief whip Floyd Shivambu, and fellow EFF member and actor Fana Mokoena were confirmed to have attended.

 

Other Controversies and Remarks

Since rising to prominence in 2010 Kenny Kunene has attracted a myriad of controversies mostly spanning from his sushi, alcohol and sexual exploits as well as the necessity to share all this with the public.

Furthermore; Kenny Kunene has been unashamed to brag about his behavior that has often been perceived as a publicity stunt and is unapologetic.

 

  • Mmusi Maimane and the Alleged Incitement of Rape

In April 2013 Kenny Kunene lashed out at Mmusi Maimane after he wrote a column in the Sowetan decrying the lack of good role models in South Africa “If I were ever to meet Kenny, I would want him to realise the significance of his influence on young people. The level of exposure he receives comes with responsibility. It’s tragic that he would use his high profile to promote such destructive behaviour” Mmusi Maimane wrote.

Kenny Kunene responded on Twitter “M.maimane I’m no role model 4glorified garden boy, who made u a judge. U f***** political cockroach. Focus on f****** ur wife b4 we do it 4u.”

He (Kenny Kunene) was accused by Twitter users of incitement of rape to which he responded by tweeting “I threatened no one wit rape here,if u don’t satisfy ur wife sexually we’ll do it for u…some married women cheat with us for satisfaction.”

 

  • Victim of Gang Rape

It has been reported that Kenny Kunene made the “Gang Rape” comments in ensuing war of words with Mmusi Maimane while it has also been reported that he made those comments in the wake of a controversial Metro FM interview with Phat Joe and Pearl Thusi.

Kenny Kunene tweeted “I get gang raped by women….I’m not a rapist….I’m a victim of rape n I love it…….”

His remarks were viewed as making light of what has become a serious pandemic in South Africa; “he’s seriously belittling the experiences of rape survivors, especially gang-rape survivors, by making it seem as if it’s something enjoyable and pleasurable, when in fact the whole definition of rape is that it’s not voluntary,” Jen Thorpe, editor of FeministsSA wrote.

He later told Eyewitness News that he did not condone rape and was exercising his right to express himself. “If you don’t want me to offend you, then don’t mention my name,” Kenny Kunene was quoted.

 

  • Metro FM Interview with Phat Joe and Pearl Thusi

In an interview on SABC Radio’s Metro FM The Real Phat Joe Show hosted by famed controversial DJ, Phat Joe and the wonderkid, Pearl Thusi – Kenny Kunene made comments in which he appeared to have admitted to sex with underage learners during his days as an English teacher in the 90s prior to his imprisonment.

“When I was a student, I had multiple girlfriends; and when I was a teacher I also had multiple girlfriends, so it is not of my current financial situation,” Kenny Kunene said in that interview.

Pearl Thusi reportedly asked Kenny Kunene if he slept with his students when he was a teacher to which he replied he did. Pearl Thusi exclaimed “That’s statutory rape…” and Kenny Kunene reportedly concurred with her.

He later retracted his comments and stated that some of those girls were older than him.

 

  • Made by White People

Kenny Kunene drew criticism when he declared “We have been made by white people. We are not ashamed to say that.”

 

Personal Life

Kenny Kunene was married to Mathato Kunene from 1996 to 202, she lived in in the township of Kutlwanong in Odendaalsrus in the Free State province of South Africa with their son.

He (Kenny Kunene) lived in a R12 million apartment in Sandton, Johannesburg in the Gauteng province of South Africa with his 3 children.

One of those children is a daughter, Mpho, appeared on e.tv’s So What where she assisted in organizing his party.

 

  • Grandchild

It has been reported that Mpho, Kenny Kunene’s eldest daughter gave birth to a daughter named Thandeka.

The Sunday Sun reported that Kenny Kunene was displeased with his daughter’s pregnancy and the subsequent revelation.

The name of the grandchild was revealed by Gayton McKenzie who tweeted the picture of Kenny Kunene posing with the father of the child with a caption “Kenny and Greg, his daughters [sic] boyfriend and father 2 little Thandeka.”

 

  • Girlfriends

Kenny Kunene has at least 15 girlfriends that form part of what he has often referred to as an “army”. It has been reported that some or most of these girls are students.

Kenny Kunene has previously claimed that these girls are not with him because of money and they are not dependent on his money “When I was a student, I had multiple girlfriends; and when I was a teacher I also had multiple girlfriends, so it is not of my current financial situation,” Kenny Kunene told Phat Joe and Pearl Thusi in a Metro FM interview.

“These are decent girls. Just because they’re with me, all of them at the same time, doesn’t detract from that. I’m the only man in their lives. They all have vision. They’re not dependent on ‘Kenny’s money’ to build their future,” Kenny Kunene was quoted in a City Press interview.

In that interview he revealed that he is also very strict about the girls school work as well as regular AIDS tests.

 

  • Cars

It has been reported that Kenny Kunene owns the following cars; Porsche 911, Porsche Carrera GTS, Porsche Cayenne, a BMW 1 Series, Lamborghini, Mercedes SLK 55, an Audi R8, and a ­Porsche Panamera – also according to British television personality, Karl Pilkington, he had Rolls and an Aston Martin.

Also in the final episode of So What season one Kenny Kunene goes to a McLaren dealership to place an order for one.

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