Skeem Saam’s Clement Moosa tells SA youth to stop acting so entitled

Skeem Saam’s Clement Moosa tells SA youth to stop acting so entitled

- Clement Moosa says the Mzansi's youth need to stop feeling like they are entitled to everything

- Kwaito, Clement's Skeem Saam character, felt the wrath of entitlement when his sister refused to get a job

- The hardworking actor highlighted that nothing just comes for free, you have to work for it, and hard

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Skeem Saam actor, Clement Maosa, who plays the role of character, Kwaito, has come forward and told the youth of Mzansi to stop with their entitlement issues and get a job.

Clement understands what it is like to face the struggles experienced by the youth in South Africa, but that never stopped him and it shouldn’t stop you.

Briefly.co.za learnt that when Clement worked with underprivileged youth in Mzansi, he noticed that a lot of them felt a great deal of entitlement.

When Clement spoke to TshisaLIVE, he highlighted the fact that majority of the youth in Mzansi feel that they "should be given things in their lap".

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Clement also stated that, "Young people sometimes think they are owed something or that it should be given to them." However, Clement knows that that is not the case, ‘you have to work for it’.

Kwaito, Clement’s character on Skeem Saam, recently went through the whole entitlement issue with his sister, Pretty.

Even though Kwaito’s family is battling to even put food on the table, Pretty still refused to get a job.

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This is something that is happening all over Mzansi. Clement said that the youth need to start working and helping their struggling families out.

Clement outlined the pressing need for change, and stated that the only way that things are going to change is if we "work hard to make sure they do".

No matter how much people want to believe that life owes them something, it doesn’t.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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