Actor Zola Hashatsi is the latest to speak out against the looting and protests that took place against foreigners in White City, Soweto.
Earlier this week, riots broke out when local residents grew tired of being sold expired and counterfeit food items.
Since then three people have lost their lives and the former ‘Rhythm City’ actor wants to know if the protestors still feel that it was worth it.
The protesters claimed that the Pakistani-owned shops were responsible for selling them the rotten food, but Zola pointed out that these were the same shops that protesters were looting.
Briefly.co.za learned that Zola went as far as to say that people are lazy if they believe that foreigners took away their jobs.
Zola took to social media to comment on the situation where he acknowledged that residents had the right to protest about the quality of the food sold to them but questioned their motives behind looting the shops.
TimesLIVE reports that the actor also stated that he does not agree with the looting and the violence that has taken place.
A spokesperson for the police has said that they have since seized two unlicensed firearms and that they have arrested close to 27 people for their involvement in the demonstrations.
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