Robert Mugabe's son debuts new clothing line (photos)

– Robert Mugabe Jr. has launched his ne clothing outfit and label

– The brand is called xGx and sells both male and female wears

– The ex-president’s son is famous for bragging about his wealth on social media

Mugabe’s son Robert Jr has launched his own clothing label which, according to News24, will be “competitive on the international scene”.

xGx, as the brand is called, sells T-shirts and neck chains at inviting prices. The male T-shirt costs $300 (£226), but that of females is on the high side might put you off $250 (£187).


The boys are famous for using social media to brag about their wealth. In fact Chtatunga recently posted a photo of his wristwatch with the caption: “$60,000 on the wrist when your daddy run the country ya know!”

Robert Mugabe Jr, has launched his own clothing label called xGx. Photo credit: Instagram, gxshxngo

In November, Robert Jr and his younger brother Chtatunga lauched an entertainment company called TripLife. The American-Nigerian musician invited Jidenna to perform at their debut event in a nightclub in Harare after Nigerian artiste Tekno cancelled his performance.

The artiste known for his outspokenness on politics and social justice, performed at an event run by Robert Mugabe’s sons. Thus the show was met with a lot of raised eyebrows.

Zimbabwe’s ex-president’s son shows off, launches his clothing label

Zimbabwe’s ex-president’s son shows off his clothing label with Men’s T-shirts going for $300. Photo credit: Instagram, gxshxngo

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Meanwhile, had reported that after Robert Mugabe stepped down as Zimbabwe’s president on Tuesday, November 21, his sons Robert jr, 25, and Chatunga Bellarmine, 21, were busy partying and organizing more crazy gigs in the city.

“Tekno was meant to start his tour in Zimbabwe on Friday at the Alexandra Sports Club in Harare but the show did not take off,” Bellarmine disclosed on Facebook, an indication that for them it was business as normal.

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