Controversial businessman known as the managing director of Intratek Zimbabwe. He has gained fame on social media flaunting his wealth, wealth which many of his followers question the origin of due to his history of illegal activity.
After dropping out of school in 1996, he began working as a wages clerk at a local bus company. At the time he was only fifteen. He later became an illegal money changer and would spend two years in jail before the age of 19.
He has made donations to a number of individuals and organizations including the African Heritage Charity and the Fund-A-Future project.
At the age of ten, his father died in a car accident and from there he was raised solely by his mother.
After withdrawing sponsorship from the Zimbabwe Football Association, he was criticized by Jonathan Moyo who stated "Warriors need corporate not personal sponsorship!"