DJ Shimza
DJ Shimza

Born Ashley Raphala, DJ Shimza age and net worth shocks Mzansi. Who knew he was this rich? In recent months he has been making all sorts of headlines for the wrong reasons.

Not so long ago, DJ Shiza was in a Twitter war with Amapiano King DJ Maphorisa, who slashed at him for not supporting other artists.

Maphorisa had it that he hasn’t given other uprising stars platforms to show off their talent or to market themselves given the massive following and experience in the entertainment industry.

His thrust into stardom came when he released his debut album titled Shimuzic in 2015, and it was released in June 2015. In 2003 he ventured into music, and he started with the House Music genre.

In 2006 he managed to win the Red Square DJ Competition. In his newfound fame, he bagged as a gig and DJ Shimza’s One Man Show.

In the wake of those big wins, he had the chance to perform at the Spring Festival, and the opportunity saw him being privileged to perform alongside South African finest’s the likes of Black Coffee.

Mzansi stunned with DJ Shimza ‘Ashley Raphala’ age and net worth

However, in the mix of things, Mzansi has been wondering how much he costs and how much he earns per month.

We have connected the dots that seasoned DJ charges not less than R6 000 depending on the show’s demand.  In 2020, he was reported to be one of the most expensive Mzansi DJ’s to hire.

Rumour has it that he rakes in around R150 000 per month from his gigs. Apart from that, he also earns more from his ambassadorial gigs. As of 2021, he has an estimated net worth of around R5.5 million.

To cap his celebrity status lifestyle, he has blessed himself with some of the worlds finest exotic cars. His fleet consists of several million-dollar babies, such as the price limited edition of the Mercedes Benz G Wagon that costs around R1.2 million. He also boasts around lavish mansions that are situated across Mzansi.

He is not from South Africa, and he was born in Swaziland on 15t May 1984. However, the 37- he grew up in Tembisa township, Ekurhuleni in South Africa, in the mix of things.