Sjava expressed his disapproval of the fact that many South African rappers are doing their thing in English. However, Briefly's readers do not agree with him and think they should do what suits them.
Sjava, local award-winning singer, isn't very happy that Mzansi rappers aren't rapping in their native languages.
He took to social media to comment on this and it's clear that he disapproves of local musos performing in English.
While it is always awesome to see musicians represent in their mother tongues, it's not always the best thing for their careers, especially if they want to reach a wider audience.
Many Briefly.co.za readers strongly disagree with Sjava's opinion and feel that rappers (and artists in general) should be able to express themselves however they want to.
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Here are just some of the Facebook comments that Sjava got:
Rap is rap it doesn't matter what language it's accommodated by, I disagree.
I think sjava needs to understand that every artist has his own niche as much as he has own.
Haikona. U losing it now. Do what suits u and as long as fans are happy. I see no problem. If ur English is bad go to evening clases for English so that u can also play metswako.
Tabitha Koyana Mbanguine
Sjava do you and let other kidz do what thet want its their choice dont criticize.
Mohau Kabelo Phakz
Briefly - South African News noo he must stay in his Lane n let others do their thing the way they see fit.. imagine nasty C rapping in Zulu.
Sjava should just relax and continue doing what he’s doing. Everyone should be left alone... and they should develop their brand however they want to...
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