Actress Salamina Mosese took to Twitter to express her heartache on the pirated copies of her new film being sold on the streets. She begged fans not to support the illegal activity.
According to Okmzansi, Salamina has been dominating both the small and big screens in Mzansi but her success in the money is being halted due to some people snatching that away from her as well as other actors and actresses too. Movie piracy is a form of theft and often takes money away from those who created it.
Disappointed with the news, Salamina took to Twitter to express her sadness about finding pirated copies of her movie being sold on the streets.
"Pirated copies of our film on the streets???!! Really!!??? Literally food out of our mouths. Please dont buy pirated copies of our film guys. Please. I cant even. Wow," she wrote.
Unfortunately while some followers felt Salamina's pain and showed enthusiasm to go watch her new movie, others said they chose to buy the cheaper pirated copies as movie tickets are too expensive. Here are some of the reactions and comments from her tweet:
A month ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Salamina and Tshepo are total #CoupleGoals to sports presenter Mpho Letsholonyane.
In celebration of the month of love, Mpho posted yet another snap of a couple she really admires, Salamina Mosese and her hubby, Tshepo Mosese.
The celebrity couple celebrated their 10 year anniversary last year. For those of you who don't know, Salamina is a SA actress, model and TV presenter while her hubby, Tshepo is a rapper, singer, actor and TV presenter. The are living proof and testament that true love still exists.
The couple first met on a local drama soapie, Backstage, years ago. They clicked instantly and are still going strong. In 2016, the couple won the Inspirational Couple of the Year award at the I Do Awards, for celebrating the sacredness of marriage and encouraging married couples to open up about the struggles and joys they experience in their marriage.
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