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PARTY-GOERS flocked to Capellos at Gandhi Square in Johannesburg for Brickz's birthday party on Saturday night.
The kwaito industry bad boy, whose real name is Sipho Ndlovu, celebrated along with his boss DJ Sbu, stablemate Pro and other musicians.
A number of DJs. including DJ Clock, had the crowd eating out of the palms of their hands.
The Lerole brothers, Mpho, Tebogo and Tshepo, who are members of Kwela Tebza, looked really yummy!
Some fans posted comments on Facebook, asking Brickz to hook up with them - even while the party was still on!
The entrance fee of R100 a head after 10pm did little to deter party-goers and lots of people arrived long after midnight.
The do had promised to be a hit after the Tjovitjo hitmaker had posted an invitation to the party on Facebook inviting fans and friends to celebrate with him.
Brickz turned 29 on Tuesday but chose to celebrate the event at the weekend.
The artist, who has a reputation for his sometimes wild behaviour, stood quietly while friends and fans sang Happy Birthday for him.