Photography source: instagram: @olwethusarchieves
We’re starting a Go-Fund me to build a four-room house in Durban for the Broke boys, right?

I know, I know, by default I’ve risen from the dead. The people have spoken and BROKE delivered. Not only did they host a four-part city tour, but they also showed love to the communities that are an extension of the family.

What started off as pipe dream has come into full fruition in a blink of an eye. The BROKE family came together to celebrate and show love to family, far beyond the borders of the Western Cape.

Photography source: instagram: lesediimalete

As a brief break down, BROKE wear is a South African “cross cultural”, Cape-town based brand. What started out in 2020 as a clothing brand has branched out far beyond the love of clothes. Over the last couple of weeks (29 July til the 9th of August), we’ve seen the BROKE boys embark on a four-city tour across South Africa.

The tour started out in Johannesburg, went to the Vaal, travelled across the Indian Ocean to Durban and made its final stop in P.E. It has been such a beautiful sight to witness as members of the extended family came together. The outfits and vibes were nothing short of amazing.

Photography source: instagram: @kunestudios

Through this tour, members of the BROKE community came together for their love for the mpahla’ and good vibes. Each pop up catered to the city with a selection of headlining acts to ensure the vibes continued til dawn.

The Durban community did not shy away from showing up and showing love. One thing about Durban people, they’ll show up and show love. I’m glad we were able to come together under one roof.

We definitely beat the allegations regarding us liking to stay at home.

It was beautiful to witness people coming together to celebrate and have a good time.

Stay Blessed.