Netizens on Ayanda Thabethe’s ‘Rolls Royce’

In recent pictures, Ayanda shared images of her new car, which costs millions of rands, in her “June photo dump”.

Ayanda and her man, who is a controversial businessman, may not be seen together often, but the pair do show off their expensive holiday trips, their R19.5 million upmarket home which was reportedly on sale and their exotic cars.

Almost a week ago, Matsimbe sparked buzz online with photos and videos of his new Ferrari SF90 Spider, reportedly valued at R14 million.

This comes a year after Ayanda shared images of her luxury R4 million valued Mercedes Benz Maybach, which was also allegedly bought by Matsimbe as a “push present” after the birth of their second baby last year

However, the expensive gifts and affluent lifestyle always sets tongues wagging due to negatives reports about Matsimbe’s business dealing.

Flexing with sgebengu money will forever be her brand.

— Sandisiwe (@_SandisiweVani) June 29, 2024

I hope they arrest her with that criminal she’s procreating with

— hepo 💉 (@tshepo87) June 28, 2024
Last year it was reported that Ayanda’s partner is facing fraud allegations dating back to 2019. At the centre of the fraud allegations are 10 luxury cars that went missing while in his possession.

The publication reports that court papers filed in August 2019 reveal Matsimbe used fake documents to receive funding from the bank to purchase luxury vehicles from various dealerships. He reportedly did this through his company called Matsimbe and Co.

Some of the cars purchased include a Toyota Hilux, Toyota Land Cruiser, Lexus SUV, Lexus LX, Mclaren MP4 coupé, BMW X5 SUV, Can-Am Maverick, Audi Q3, a Nissan Navara and a Volvo mechanical horse.

In 2019, Standard Bank was allegedly granted a court judgement to get the cars back from Matsimbe which he reportedly ignored. This resulted in the bank obtaining a warrant of committal for contempt of court against Matsimbe.

According to reports, the warrant ordered Matsimbe to be arrested for 30 days. However, only two cars were recovered; the Mclaren and the Volvo.