DJ Sbu Weighs in on Level 3 and Effect on Entertainment Industry

DJ Sbu Weighs in on Level 3 and Effect on Entertainment Industry

  • South Africa has re-entered Level 3 lockdown and once again Mzansi celebrities are not happy
  • DJ Sbu took to social media to express his dismay about how the lockdown affects the entertainment industry and artists
  • The media mogul shared that the entertainment industry suffers the most during these trying times

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South African entertainer and media mogul DJ Sbu has expressed his dismay over the country entering Level 3 lockdown.

DJ Sbu weighs in on lockdown and effect on entertainment industry
DJ Sbu is not happy with Ramaphosa taking the country to Level 3. Image: @djsbulive
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The artist expressed that it’s the entertainment industry that suffers most from these new restrictions which involve the early closure of facilities due to a strict curfew.

In addition, places of entertainment at now operating at 50% capacity, which puts a dent in many establishments’ ability to make a profit.

Taking to Twitter, the DJ posted:

“People who are affected the most out of all these lockdowns since they started is us in the entertainment industry. We also have families to feed.”

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His post resonated with a lot of social media users whose jobs were also affected by the different stages of lockdown.

DJ Sbu gives fans advice on how to be rich

In more news about DJ Sbu, Briefly News previously reported that he took to social media to remind Mzansi men that being rich does not only mean having money. The musician shared that sometimes one only needs their family to be happy in life.

The media personality posted a happy snap of himself and his daughter, Waratwa, while they were sharing a precious daddy-daughter moment. Sbu, who is known in Mzansi for being a loving dad to his bundle of joy, captioned his Twitter post:

"A man who don't take care of his family can't be rich."

When one young man, @Bujospondo, complained that he has been taking care of his family for many years but is not yet rich. Sbu advised him:

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"Family is your riches brother."

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