- The xenophobic attacks in Mzansi are out of control
- Cassper and Nasty C took to social media to take a stand against them
- Both rappers believe that violence is not the way to sort things out
Cassper Nyovest and Nasty C have taken to social media in a call for xenophobic attacks to end.
Mzansi is a terrifying place to live in at the moment. With the xenophobic attacks, alarming numbers of rapes, murders and abductions, most do not know which way to turn.
Briefly.co.za has been reporting on the horrific attacks against foreigners in Mzansi. Innocent women, children and students are being murdered at a soul-destroying rate.
The xenophobic attacks are driven by a struggle for resources between poor South Africans and foreigners. The battle is never-ending.
After seeing the pure horror that is going on in Johannesburg’s CBD, Mzansi hip-hop artists, Cassper and Nasty C, took to social media in support of #stopxenophobicattacks.
The xenophobic attacks are heart-breaking. The people of Mzansi need to pull together to put an end to it.
Violence is not the right or the only way!
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