Video: Media Personality Euphonik Treats Himself To A R140,000 Watch

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Just in time for Christmas, media personality Euphonik has given himself a pat on the back with a flashy Breitling watch worth a whopping R140,000.

The South African DJ who is best known for playing House music shared a video of himself picking out the time piece from Breitling. The piece which is called the Navitimer Blacksteel may not have the bling-bling look, but it does have glam.

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Subsequently, Breitling South Africa confirmed that the fancy piece of jewelry retails from R140,000 to R148,000.

Here’s what Euphonik had to say about his new watch.

“My first time piece. See it. Believe it. Save for it. Embrace it.”

Euphonik also shared a video of himself shopping for the piece. Watch it here;

Thanks to @dave_the_vault for the great service. My first time piece 😬 #navitimer #blacksteel @thevaultsa See it. Believe it. Save for it. Embrace it.



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Meanwhile, this is coming after media personality Euphonik lambasted rapper Cassper Nyovest for spending so much on cars. Shortly after a picture of rapper Cassper Nyovest posing with his two Bentleys went viral, fans started what was eventually tagged the Cassper Nyovest Challenge. The rapper uploaded a snapshot of him standing on his two state of the art cars just in time for his birthday. As a result, the Cassper Nyovest Challenge was born.

This saw many people tweeting and sharing images of themselves standing on a lot of things including people, cars and other things you can’t even imagine. Apparently, they were trying to remix Cassper’s posture in his picture with the cars.

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Subsequently, Mzansi’s celebs like Pearl Thusi joined the challenge. However, when Euphonik came into the picture he made it clear that he’s not a fan of squandering money on flashy cars. Instead, he prefers to spend his money on acquiring properties.