DJ Coach Tsekeleke is a South African forex trader, DJ, philanthropist, reality TV star, and the founder of ‘Forex Broker Killers.’ The DJ is someone who has experienced the downside of life, but instead of allowing it to weigh him down, he turned his experience into motivation. He took drastic decisions regarding the kind of life he wanted to live, and today, he is living the kind of life he envisaged.
Although DJ Coach is known as the ‘young millionaire,’ his exact net worth is not available to the public. However, considering that he drives flashy and expensive cars and owns a luxurious mansion, we can all agree that the DJ is doing well for himself. It is also true that he started deejaying before going into Forex. However, forex trading is one of his major income streams.
The Sources of DJ Coach Tsekeleke’s Net Worth
The question in the minds of most young people who know DJ Coach and are familiar with the way he flaunts money is ‘how does he make his money?’ Well, the simple answer is that he has a variety of income sources. ‘The Young Millionaire’ seems to have a business-inclined mindset and has not put all of his eggs in one basket.
DJ Coach Tsekeleke makes his money from Forex trading, deejaying, singing, and YouTube. And it is possible that he has other business investments that he has not revealed to the public. He was motivated to work hard and earn money because he grew up in a small house, while he saw others who had bigger houses.
Coach Tsekeleke Started As A DJ
DJ Coach Tsekeleke, whose real name is Kgopotso Mmutlane, had the passion for becoming a DJ at a very young age, but his parents did not like the idea. They were of the notion that becoming a DJ would expose him to the world of drugs, women, and violence. They even feared that if he became a DJ, he might end up being murdered in a nightclub after a brawl.
However, despite the lack of support from his parents, Kgopotso Mmutlane was so sure that he wanted to become a DJ, so he pursued his dream. Fast forward to today, he is now a popular DJ. The exact story about how he rose to fame from deejaying is unknown.
He Owns a Forex Firm
Today, Forex trading has made a lot of young people who understand the market millionaires. Fortunately for the 27-year-old DJ Coach Tsekeleke, he is one of the lucky ones. Becoming a Forex trader has contributed immensely to his wealth. He was introduced to Forex trading by a friend named Merika Mphogo in April 2016. After acquiring experience and understudying the market, he started his Forex firm, which he called ‘Forex Broker Killer’ (FBK). FBK Online is a Forex strategy provider. He also has a ‘one-minute strategy’ for making money via Forex.
In 2018, he put together the secrets and strategies he uses to make money from Forex in a PDF format. The 97-page PDF contains what every beginner and amateur need to know about Forex trading to become a pro. Currently, DJ Coach Tsekeleke is regarded as one of the most successful Forex traders in South Africa. He is yet to reveal the exact amount of money he makes from Forex.
DJ Coach Tsekeleke Is Also A Singer and YouTuber
Another way the DJ makes his money is from singing. His first single is titled ‘Buya Kimi,’ and the official video was released in December 2020. On YouTube, the video is monetized, and it has over 300k views. Though we can’t say how much he made from the video, he must have made a good sum.
Other songs by the DJ Coach Tsekeleke include:
- Golden Sand (Instrumental Edit) – DJ Coach Tsekeleke feat. Dhany
- Golden Sand (Deep House Guitar Edit) – DJ Coach Tsekeleke feat. Dhany
- Happy Day (Extended Mix) – DJ Coach Tsekeleke
Aside from his music videos and audios, he also uploads other vlog videos on his YouTube channel, and he makes money from them. He currently has over 67k subscribers on YouTube.
His Reality TV Show ‘FBK Millionaires’ Was Canceled Following Contractual Disagreements
In 2019, DJ Coach started his reality TV show called ‘FBK Millionaires’ that aired on MojaLoveTv – DStv Channel 157. Unfortunately, the show did not air for so long, as it was canceled – after four episodes. Initially, the reason Moja Love gave for canceling the show was ‘technical issues and problems with the footage.’ However, DJ Coach Tsekeleke revealed that Moja Love did not keep their part of the bargain.
According to him, his first turn-off was when they changed the show’s name. The actual agreement was for the show to be called ‘FBK Hustlers,’ but the channel decided to call it ‘FBK Millionaires.’ Another major disagreement was that Moja Love did not pay them as agreed. He said the agreement was that they would get 20% of their payment before it starts airing, another 20% by the second episode, then by the 8th episode, they should have received all their payments. But despite sending an invoice, he did not receive the payments as agreed.
The straw that finally broke the camel’s back and made him withdraw completely was when the channel wanted to script the show because they wanted more drama. For him, scripting the show was like thwarting his reason for wanting to do a reality TV show.
DJ Coach Tsekeleke’s Net Worth Has Become A Controversial Subject
For someone who flaunts a lot of money and has even been nicknamed ‘eWallet’ due to how often he gives money away, you would expect that he is very rich. He revealed in one of his YouTube videos that he has a whopping R40 million in his FNB account, and considering the types of cars he flaunts and the lavish lifestyle he lives, you may not doubt the fact that DJ Coach Tsekeleke is a millionaire. However, the exact amount he is worth remains a mystery.
Another occasion that revealed how wealthy DJ Coach Tsekeleke might be was when a follower commented on his post on social media and complained of losing R4000 in Forex. DJ Coach encouraged the follower by sharing his own experience about how he has lost more than R40 million in Forex.
However, some people believe that DJ Coach’s wealth is only on social media and that it is fake. They believe he is a scam, which was why his reality TV show was canceled.
A Look At DJ Coach Tsekeleke’s House And Cars
Another major pointer of the fact that DJ Coach Tsekeleke is a millionaire is his house and cars. It is believed that he has up to 22 cars. However, there are a select few that he always makes use of. His beautiful 2-storey house is well beautified with flowers, and the interior decoration is top-notch. He lives like royalty, and according to reports, the mansion is worth R5 million.
Of all his supposed collection of 22 cars, here are some of the cars he mostly uses;
2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Class AMG G 63
Estimated Price: R3,086 653
- Torque: 627 lb-ft @ 2,500 rpm
- Horsepower: 577 hp @ 6,000 rpm
- Cylinder: V8
- Cam-type: Double overhead cam
Estimated Price: 1,700,000
- Torque: 406 pound-feet
- Horsepower: 473 horsepower
- Engine: S55B30 engine
Mercedes Benz V250d
Estimated Price: R1,492,746.00
- Torque: 440 Nm @ 1400-2400 rpm. 324.53 lb.-ft. @ 1400-2400 rpm
- Horsepower: 190 Hp @ 3800 rpm
- Location of engine: Front, Longitudinal
Mercedes Benz S8
- Torque: 664 lb-ft @ 2,750-4,500 rpm.
- Horsepower: 603 hp @ 5,500-6,000 rpm
- Compression ratio: 8.6:1
Mercedes Benz AMG c63
Estimated Price: R1,838,200.00
- Horsepower: 503 hp @ 5,500-6,250 rpm
- Engine: Handcrafted AMG 4.0L V8 bi-turbo
- Acceleration: 3.7 sec 0-60 mph
He Gifted His Mom An Audi A6
Estimated Price: R986,000.00
Back in 2016 I once told my mom I don't wanna go to school anymore & she slapped me 6 times, then I told myself one day I'm gonna buy this woman an Audi A6 just to thank her for slapping me 💕 pic.twitter.com/Y7hH49R6lD
— DJ Coach (@DjCoachrsa) March 15, 2021
The story behind DJ Coach’s decision is very interesting. According to his post on Twitter, he told his mother he wanted to drop out of school, and she gave him six slaps. As a result, he determined to buy her an Audi A6 as an appreciation for the six slaps.
- Engine: 1984 cc
- Engine type: Petrol
- Mileage: 14.11 km