WATCH: Ayanda Thabethe’s baby daddy, Peter Matsimbe, shows off R14m Ferrari

Ayanda Thabethe's baby daddy, Peter Matsimbe, is trending after he showed off his sleek Ferrari SF90 worth R14 million.

WATCH: Ayanda Thabethe’s baby daddy, Peter Matsimbe, shows off R14m Ferrari

TV host and beauty influencer Ayanda Thabethe’s controversial baby daddy, Peter Matsimbe, has wagged tongues after photos and videos of his new Ferrari SF90 Spider made rounds on the internet.

Since it was posted on the internet, the post has gained thousands of comments and reactions. Over the years, Peter Matsimbe has hogged headlines with some of his flashiest, which cost a fortune. Could this be the latest addition to his impressive fleet, which has often thrust him into top trends?


In one of the now-viral videos, the controversial businessman was seen driving his sleek Ferrari SF90 in the company of Ayanda Thabethe. The Instagram baddie also took to Instagram stories to share some of her priceless moments from their spin.

Taking to X, controversial blogger Musa Khawula also shared a video of Peter Matsimbe driving the car. Petrolheads have since given the car a nod. Against the trends, Mzansi has been trying to connect the dots about the car’s price tag.

Surprisingly, most Ferrari SF90 Spiders in South Africa are available on price on asking (POA). However, the car has a base price tag of R14 million at several online dealerships.

According to Business Tech, the last listed Ferrari S90 in South Africa was on sale for R14 million. The most common SF90 in South Africa is the Stradale, which has a base price tag of R10 million in several dealerships in South Africa.

Undoubtedly, the price tag has since left many trying to connect the dots about why the car is so special. Little is known about how many Ferrari SF90 Spiders were made.

Confirmed reports have it that there are 599 Ferrari SF90 XX Spiders and 799 units of the SF90 XX Stradale. These two models are track-focused versions of the SF90 Stradale and SF90 Spider, and the cars are road-legal. However, both models can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds. The top speed of the SF90 XX Spider is 340 km/h.

However, fans doubt that Peter Matsimbe splurged R14 million for the Ferrari. Over the years, he has been embroiled in fraud allegations involving exotic cars that cost a fortune.


Like her baby daddy, Ayanda Thabethe has a soft spot for some of the world’s flashiest cars. She owns an impressive fleet worth millions. However, The South African dives into Ayanda Thabethe’s rumoured cars. Some of the cars include:

  • Bentley
  • Lamborghini
  • BMW
  • Ferrari
  • McLaren
  • Mercedes Benzs

Ayanda Thabethe’s baby daddy’s dodgy car dealings left Mzansi questioning whether she owns the cars.