- Music superstar Big Zulu has said that he is feeling hurt after former President Jacob Zuma was arrested this week
- Big Zulu went online to reveal his reaction to the news after South African Police Services confirmed that Zuma was behind bars
- A handful of Big Zulu fans responded to say that Zuma should rightfully face the consequences of his actions
South African musical artist Big Zulu has let out that Jacob Zuma’s arrest has left him with a broken heart.
As Briefly reported this week, Zuma got incarcerated despite aggressive attempts from his loyal followers to stop police from entering Nkandla in KwaZulu Natal.
The South African Correctional Services later confirmed that the former state President is in their custody, as reported by IOL.
Meanwhile, KwaZulu-Natal’s soulful music superstar, Big Zulu went over to social media to say that the event has left his heart in pain.
Big Zulu simply said on Instagram:
The post duly attracted a string of comments from Big Zulu’s 814 000 followers.
“Couple of years ago, Jackie Selebi, old as he was, was arrested and people were praising the Judiciary manje it’s Mr Zuma. The whole province of KwaZulu-Natal is in mourning.”
“So is poverty and unemployment that he greatly contributed to.”
“No one is bigger than the law. That's why we are a republic not a Kingdom.”
“It’s only 15 months. It’s not that bad. We’ve had COVID for 15 months. It’ll be that quick.”
Meanwhile, the 35-year-old Big Zulu, whose real name is Siyabonga Nene, has since announced his new single Umuzi eSandton featuring Ndlunkulu.
AKA to light up Live Amp stage, music show to air final season after a decade running
Reactions have flooded in from social media to the news that SABC 1's primetime music show Live Amp will be coming to a close.
Entertainment commentator Phil Mphela on Thursday posted a poster of rapper AKA, whom it has been announced will perform at the season finale premiere, with the message of the announcement of the show's upcoming last run.
Fans of the show and other social media users reacted to the message with a flurry of comments.
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Source: Briefly News