DJ Shimza dragged for praising Ramaphosa' efforts in unemployment

DJ Shimza dragged for praising Ramaphosa' efforts in unemployment

DJ Shimza received a heavy backlash from tweeps after he commended the president, Cyril Ramaphosa in his efforts to attract investor so that the youth can get employment.

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Mzansi social media users engaged Ramaphosa via the hashtag, #HolaMatamela on Twitter to question him on serious issues including crime, youth unemployment and the political party’s alleged corruption on Twitter late on Monday evening.

But instead Shimza chose to say he had no issues he wanted to address to the president but only wanted to convey his compliments instead. This did not sit well with tweeps.

Check out his post below.

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Ramaphosa responded thanking Shimza for his support and acknowledging his efforts, he promised to continue the fight against unemployment. See his tweet below:

But Mzansi still didn't care about what both of them had to say and dragged slammed the muso for not being in tune with the struggles of unemployed youths and even went as far as accusing him of wanting government tenders.

Check out some of the cheeky tweets from Mzansi.

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Yesterday, reported that Mzansi' DJ Shimza stayed true to his promise to take his one-man show to Europe and perform his best, and he certainly did.

Before his show in Paris, France, DJ Shimza shared his concerns about how many people may pitch up for his one-man show, but put his negativity aside and promised to give it his best.

He shared snaps and video clips of his performance in Paris and was super proud of himself.

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Source: Briefly News

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