Musa Motha, a “Britain’s Got Talent” finalist, received a brand new 2023 red Audi A3 Sportback on Thursday, July 13.
Motha, the talented amputee dancer, captivated both the audience and judges on the renowned TV show “Britain’s Got Talent,” making history as the recipient of the first-ever group golden buzzer.
While he didn’t ultimately win the competition, Motha, originally from Sebokeng and now residing in London, has gained worldwide recognition for his inspiring tale of courage and resilience.
Diagnosed with cancer at the tender age of 11, Motha had to undergo the amputation of his left leg. His unwavering spirit and determination have propelled him forward, overcoming countless challenges along the way.
During a recent visit to London, Yusuf Stevens, the CEO of Cheeky Media Group and Executive Producer of “The Morning Show,” had the privilege of meeting the 27-year-old dancer. Stevens was deeply moved by Motha’s infectious energy and his never-give-up attitude.
“After encountering Musa, I couldn’t help but feel inspired by him,” shared Stevens. “His sheer determination and positive outlook are truly remarkable. He expressed his desire to own a 2023 Audi A3 Sportback, fly in a helicopter, and even star in a movie. I made a firm decision to make all these dreams come true for this exceptional individual.”
Stevens continued, “Musa is an absolute legend, and I have no doubt he is destined for greatness.”
Overwhelmed with joy and gratitude, Motha couldn’t believe his good fortune. “Is this really happening?” he wondered aloud. “I feel incredibly blessed and excited. It’s like living in a dream that I never want to wake up from,” Motha expressed with profound emotion.
Taking to Instagram, Motha expressed his heartfelt appreciation for the tremendous generosity he received. “Dreams do come true,” he proclaimed. “God takes care of the ‘how’ in our lives, while we must hold on to faith, believe, put in the effort, and be ready to receive. I am immensely grateful to @audisandton, @yusufstevens, and Cheeky Media for this priceless gift.”
Upon Motha’s arrival at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, the warm welcome he received made him feel like royalty. Reflecting on this unforgettable day, Motha expressed his sincere gratitude, remarking, “I have come to learn that people may forget what you said, they may forget what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel.”
He further added, “I will forever cherish the way you all made me feel. A heartfelt thank you to South Africa for the incredible reception.”
Motha’s journey serves as an inspiration to people around the world, reminding us of the power of determination, resilience, and the indomitable human spirit. His story resonates deeply, leaving an indelible mark on those who witness his incredible talent and unwavering perseverance. With the support and opportunities now available to him, Motha is set to embark on a path destined for greatness, forever leaving his mark in the world of dance and beyond.
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