The vehicle that was stolen from Shimza retails for between R2.5m and R3m.
He told his fans that what mattered to him was that the whole shebang went down in his absence, saving him the trauma that comes with such an horrific crime. Plus material possessions can always be replaced, unlike life, he said.
"As long as you still breathing bro, only life is irreplaceable, material things can be replaced."
It's been more than three months since Shimza took to social media to ask fans to help him find his stolen car and the star has told his followers that he is still waiting for police to find it.
"I never found my car that was stolen, the case still under investigation with the SAPS but my insurance settled the car after their investigation with no issues," Shimza said at the beginning of May.