Britain’s Got Talent Dancer Musa Motha Gets Gifted A New Car
Musa Motha, the South African-born amputee dancer who wowed the judges and audiences at Britain’s Got Talent, has received a generous gift from Cheeky Media Group and Audi (Sandton Branch). The talented performer shared the news of his new German car on his Instagram account on 14 July.
How Musa Motha Made History on Britain’s Got Talent
Musa Motha was only 11 years old when he was diagnosed with cancer, which led to the amputation of his leg, according to TimesLive. Despite this challenge, he pursued his passion for dancing and became the first South African to get a golden buzzer on Britain’s Got Talent. He competed in the finals against nine other acts and came second to Viggo Venn, a comedic dancer from Norway.
Why Cheeky Media Group and Audi Decided to Surprise Musa Motha
While in London, Musa Motha had been driven around in an Audi A3, which he wished to have when he came back home, ZiMoja reported. He returned to South Africa last week Saturday and was greeted by a crowd of fans and supporters at OR Tambo International Airport, ENCA reported. And, this Friday, Cheeky Media Group and Audi Centre Sandton teamed up to make his wish come true by giving him a brand new 2023 Audi A3 Sportback.
“Dreams do come true. God deals with the ‘how’ phases in our lives, we deal with faith, believing, putting the work together, and receiving. I’d love to thank @audisandton, @yusufstevens, and Cheeky Media for this precious gift,” Motha wrote on Instagram.
Alex Nietz from Audi explained that they wanted to reward Musa Motha for being an “inspiration” and for bringing “Progress to life”. He said that they could not ignore his amazing performance on Britain’s Got Talent and that they wanted to “meet him halfway”.
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