- David Scott, also known as The Kiffness, produced a music video featuring his domestic worker, Nomi
- The inspiration came as he saw her dancing along in the background while he was producing the song at his home
- Scott showed incredible generosity as he started a crowdfunding page and is donating all proceeds to Nomi, who sustains her unemployed husband, 2 children and her mother with her salary
David Scott, also known as The Kiffness, has proven to be one of the most talented musicians in Mzansi, but also proven that he has a heart of gold.
The local muso has recently produced a music video in honour of his domestic worker, Nomi.
The inspiration came as he was working on the bassline for the song at his home.
Nomi was in the process of vacuuming the carpet, but then suddenly stopped.
When Scott looked down his passage, he caught Nomi dancing to the beat of his new track.
He captured the moment on camera and shared it via social media.
One of his followers was so impressed that he suggested that she play a part in the music video for the song.
Scott loved the idea and the rest is history. However, instead of merely having her play a cameo in the video, Scott decided to dedicate it to her.
She is featured as the star of the show and it includes her story as well.
Scott and Nomi drove down to fetch her mother in Addo and they filmed Nomi’s antics along the way.
The beautiful video reveals that the incredible woman sustains her unemployed husband, their two children and her elderly mother with her salary as a domestic.
Scott also initiated a crowdfunding page to ease Nomi’s financial woes.
He called on the public to donate towards a wheelchair, gas heater, transport for her mother and basic needs, and the target was achieved within a few days.
Proceeds from the streaming of the song will be donated to Nomi as well.
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