Lvovo appeals to the masses for the return of his stolen laptop with 3 new tracks

Lvovo appeals to the masses for the return of his stolen laptop with 3 new tracks

South African artist and performer Lvovo was a theft victim and he turned to social media to ask for help getting back the laptop that was stolen from him. South Africans weren't too nice in their responses to him asking for help.

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Lvovo pleaded for South Africans to help him find his laptop and also promised a reward to anyone who would help him.

However, it seemed South Africans had no chill, as they took the chance to discuss Lvovo's English, his supposed plans to follow a more spiritual path and other mistakes he apparently made.

Some weeps thought Lvovo was leaving the music industry to follow his spiritual calling and others saw the theft as a sign that he really should leave the industry. Either way, they were quick to show their feelings on the matter.

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Others were convinced (or considering) that the theft is nothing more than a publicity stunt.

There were tweeps who were really honest in their opinion that Lvovo shouldn't be making music, or that his music isn't worth a lot...

And then there were those who made fun of Lvovo's English skills.

Not all tweeps reacted negatively to Lvovo's plea for help and some wished him well.

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