- Ringo Madlingozi believes that the SA could be in trouble if the country continues to adopt foreign ideas
- The musician feels that black people are being taken advantage of and he wants it to stop
- He expressed his views on social media, however, he fired back at those who thought otherwise
After reading “The Testimony of Steve Biko”, Ringo Madlingozi has changed his mind about the way the country is being led and he is now using his voice as a public figure to warn fellow South Africans about the possible turmoil that lies ahead.
The musician believes that black South Africans are being manipulated and they need to stop being influenced by outside opinions or else it could lead to the country’s downfall.
Ringo’s ideas have been criticised in the past but this has not stopped him from sharing them now.
Briefly.co.za learned that the musician took to Instagram to share his views with his followers and to teach them about the things he learnt from the book.
Ringo has expressed that he feels that South Africans have “sold-out” for adopting other country’s laws and systems. He also feels that other countries were able to reject these ideas and they are flourishing, so South Africa should be able to do the same.
According to TimesLIVE, Ringo’s solution to this issue is simple. He believes that as a whole, people have become too divided because we choose to separate ourselves based on religions, cultures and languages.
The musician believes that through unity, love and tolerance the potential crisis can be averted.
Some of his followers agreed with Ringo’s views, but he did have some people that were opposed to them.
He soon fired back with a stern warning to everyone who had challenged his opinions.
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