Thapelo Molomo, the Season 18 winner of ‘Idols SA,’ recently surprised fans with a new business venture. In addition to his substantial cash prize from the show and his role as a Warrant Officer at the SAPS, Molomo has ventured into entrepreneurship, selling trays of eggs and atchar from the trunk of his car.
While reactions from his followers were mixed regarding his decision to sell eggs, Molomo remains undeterred by the feedback, with his focus set on expanding his wealth.
In his social media post, he invited people from Tembisa, Kempton Park, and Pretoria to reach out for atchar and eggs. In the accompanying video, Molomo, sporting a white shirt, beige pants, and a brown cap, is seen making egg deliveries from his car.
Molomo, stationed at the Brits police station in the North West, explained that he intends to strike a balance between his law enforcement job and his role as the latest “Idols SA” title holder. He emphasized the importance of managing his week for work and reserving weekends for gigs and music pursuits.
He mentioned that if he ever feels overwhelmed, he would seek support from his employer, highlighting the SAPS’ encouragement of pursuing passions without interfering with one’s job responsibilities.
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Molomo’s ambition is to generate additional income streams and inspire others in the music industry by demonstrating the challenges and rewards of pursuing one’s dreams alongside a day job. According to the “Daily Sun,” he affirmed his ability to cope with both his roles as a policeman and musician.
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6. The Dragon Chair – A $27.8 Million Symbol of Wealth
Designed by Irish artist Eileen Gray, the Dragon Chair stands as an icon of luxury, commanding a whopping $27.8 million.
7. The Luxor Chess Set – A $9.8 Million Game
Chess enthusiasts with deep pockets can splurge on the Luxor Chess Set, an extravagant $9.8 million masterpiece featuring gold, silver, and diamonds.
8. The Gemstone Dresser – A $4.6 Million Closet Essential
This dazzling dresser, adorned with gemstones and featuring intricate craftsmanship, will set you back a cool $4.6 million.
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10. The Farnese Blue Table – A $5.4 Million Antique
With a rich history dating back to the 18th century, the Farnese Blue Table is a magnificent antique piece worth $5.4 million, showcasing its timeless beauty.
From historical classics to cutting-edge contemporary designs, these furniture pieces represent the epitome of luxury and exclusivity. While most of us can only dream of owning such extravagant items, these pieces serve as a testament to the limitless possibilities in the world of furniture design for those with the means to indulge in opulence.