In most cases, celebs keep information about which political party they support to themselves, but there are exceptions. DJ Shimza decided to make it clear who he's voting for in the 2019 elections - the ANC.
DJ Shimza has shared with his fans which political party he will be putting his X next to when he goes to vote this year.
He is an African National Congress supporter, and they will be getting his vote.
According to TimesLIVE, Shimza feels that the ruling party deserves the chance to stay in power until they 'get it right'.
Yes, I am voting. I am voting because I want the ANC to win. I feel like they are trying, man. We are building a country here not some play things and it takes time.
Rome wasn't built in a day. I feel like people make it seem as if the ANC hasn't done anything but they've been working, and have done a lot for the country.
Shimza pointed out that many schools have been opened and free education in the country, proving the ANC's success.
Of the DA Shimza says he doesn't trust them as much as he trusts the ANC.
But as far as political parties go, I trust them more. I mean I can't give the DA to govern the country, have you seen what they've done to Cape Town? Cape Town is one of the most racist towns in the country. There's so much segregation in that province.
You can clearly see that they ( the DA) are focused on only bettering the lives of certain people. It is centered around making the lives of white people better.
Shimza added that he likes the EFF, but doesn't trust them to run the country yet.
The EFF is dope. Like I love the EFF and what they stand for but I'm not sure if we can trust them with our country.
Also, Julius comes from the same ANC that y'all keep saying is corrupt. Like who knows how power will change him? It's a touch and go situation with them.
Celebs are often told to keep their support for political parties private, but like Shimza, not everyone likes to play by the rules.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that AKA will also be voting for the ANC, even though he's not sure why.
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