US rapper Styles P announces his visit to Mzansi: Fans are excited

US rapper Styles P announces his visit to Mzansi: Fans are excited

Mzansi fans are excited over US rapper, Styles P's announcement on social media yesterday that he will be visiting SA.

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The US rapper, Styles P, who's real name is David Styles, also holds the titles of entrepreneur and author.

He made an announcement on Twitter yesterday, Thursday, 21 March, that he will be visiting SA this coming week. He wrote:

"Tell South Africa I'm finally coming to see home next week. She should be ready for me."

Although he didn't share details of his visit to the country, he has a huge fan base here who have been yearning to meet him. Check out his tweet below.

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According to SA Hip Hop Magazine, Styles revealed how he considers Africa his home since his wife, whose name is Adjua, is African. They have been married for more than 20 years and have a son together.

He often visits the continent to get in touch with his African ancestry, not to perform though.

Styles has been serving in the entertainment industry for more than 25 years now and has gained praise from stars like P. Diddy, Notorious B.I.G and Mary J Blige, all whom he has worked with at some point in his career.

Mzansi fans were blown away with Styles' announcement. Here are some of the comments from his tweet:

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier today that Big Concerts reassured South Africans that the Ed Sheeran concert this weekend will not be affected by the rolling black-outs caused by Eskom's load-shedding.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Justin van Wyk of Big Concerts said that back-up generators would guarantee that the show goes on. He added that their shows do not rely on Eskom's supply and they have their own back-up power supply.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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