Ever wondered what happened to SA cricket star Lonwabo Tsotsobe?
Former Proteas and Highveld Lions cricketer Lonwabo Tsotsobe is pursuing his passion for music by becoming a DJ after he was handed an eight-year ban last year for breaching Cricket South Africa’s Anti-Corruption Code.
Tsotsobe admitted to one charge of contriving to fix a match during the 2015 domestic Ram Slam T20 Challenge.
Lonwabo Tsotsobe is the 7th South African player to be banned from international cricket after the wrongdoing in the Ram Slam domestic T20— Ram (@ram574) July 11, 2017
The 33-year-old, now known as DJ Tso, recently told Drum magazine that he has always loved music and would entertain friends as a hobby while playing professional cricket.
“People are shocked when they see me DJing at local pubs like KwaNgqoko in New Brighton and they think I am down and out but I am not,” he was quoted saying.
The former left-arm medium-fast bowler once traveled the world entertaining sports fans is now travelling across the country playing music.
Tsotsobe also reportedly owns a company that supplies oil, petrol, and diesel to petrol stations, farmers and mining companies.
In his heyday Tsotsobe played cricket among the best players in the world:
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