- DJ Shimza got on the ground with the people to help clean up his community, and fans loved to see it
- Sharing his experience on social media, Shimza thanked all who came out to lend a helping hand to clean up their community
- Fans thanked Shimza for being the example they needed and for doing more than just making a post on social media like some other celebs
DJ Shimza put his working boots on and got into the community to help clean up the aftermath of the looters. In times like these, we are all humbled by unity.
Sharing a picture of him and the other Clean Environment NGO members, Shimza thanked everyone who turned up to clean the community.
“Shout out to Clean Environment NGO and everyone that played their part in cleaning up our community.”
Fans loved seeing that Shimza got down and dirty to help out. At the end of the day, celebrities are just people like you and me, and Shimza’s humbleness reflected just that.
@SygnorJayt praised Shimza, saying he is the kind of celeb example we need:
@taki_toniM was inspired by Shimza and asked how they could help:
@RdMixture loves that Shimza got on the ground to help and didn’t only make a post on social media:
Charlize Theron is loving seeing the people of Mznasi come togather
Oscar-winning South African born actress Charlize Theron may not live in Mznasi anymore, but her heart is always here. Seeing the civil unrest that is taking place, Charlize’s heart was heavy.
Briefly News reported that Charlize took to social media to express the pride she feels after seeing how communities have come together in this great time of need. That is one thing about the people of SA, in the end, we always rise!
Extending her love and support, Charlize hopes that we will all come out of this stronger and more unified than ever before.
The people of Mzansi took the time to thank Charlize, agreeing that we will rise above this tragedy. Despite all the horror that has taken place, people are still hopeful for a brighter tomorrow.
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Source: Briefly News