Musa Motha

Dancer Musa Motha. Image Supplied

‘Feels like a dream’: ‘BGT’s’ Musa Motha surprised with an Audi

27-year-old Musa Motha’s dream of driving an Audi came to fruition after representing the country on ‘Britain’s Got Talent’.

Musa Motha

Dancer Musa Motha. Image Supplied

South African-born Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) superstar Musa Motha received a hero’s welcome last weekend when he arrived in Mzansi.

A few days after landing, he is now the proud driver of a 2023 Audi A3 Sportback – a dream he shared with e.TV’s The Morning Show executive producer, Yusuf Stevens, who made it happen through a sponsorship deal with Audi Centre Sandton.

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The phenomenal amptuee dancer made history when he represented South Africa on an international platform – Britain’s Got Talent, and received the first ever group golden buzzer.

Since then, he has been celebrated and it’s without a doubt that his inspirational story will be told for generations to come.

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When The Morning Show visited him in London to cover his story even after he did not win BGT title, Motha opened up to Stevens – who is also the CEO of Cheeky Media Group – that one of his dreams was to drive around in a 2023 Audi A3 Sportback, and Stevens did exactly with the help of Audi Centre Sandton, and surprised Musa with his dream car.

The 27-year-old was surprised with a brand new red 2023 Audi A3 Sportback 35 TFSI 110KW on Thursday, 13 July, at the Audi Centre Sandton.

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An ecstatic Motha, close to tears, could not stop asking: “Is this for real?”

“I feel so blessed, excited and the moment feels like a dream that I don’t want to wake up from.
A huge thanks to Audi Centre Sandton and Cheecky Media Group. I have no words. Thank
you,” said Musa.

Speaking about Motha, Yusuf said: “After meeting Musa, I couldn’t help but be inspired by him. He has an energy about him and never quit attitude. I felt that so many people could learn from him – myself included. He mentioned he wanted an Audi, fly in a helicopter and star in a movie –and I thought to myself, I can make all of these things happen for this inspirational guy- so lets get it done! He’s an absolute legend and I know he’s going to do big things.”

Musa Motha gets car of his dreams. Image Supplied


Musa’s leg was amputated after he was diagnosed with a bone cancer called osteosarcoma in 2006

“It was not easy for my family but for me it was not really that deep because I was still young and I didn’t understand what cancer was,” he told TimesLIVE.

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Before then he played footballer, but later fell in love with music and learnt how to dance through his friends who would draw squares on the floor.

“I used my left crutch as my left leg and extended arm,” he told the outlet.