Chymamusique shared his opinion on crime in South Africa and how he feels it should be dealt with. As calls for the death penalty are growing louder, it seems the muso and DJ is an advocate for this method of punishment.
There's a saying that goes: 'An eye for an eye leaves the world blind.'
However, more and more South Africans are calling for the death penalty to deal with the alarming rate with which crime is rising in the country.
One of them is DJ and musician, Chymamusique - he is clearly tired of criminals - in particular murderers - not being punished in the harshest possible way.
Taking to social media, he said:
"I don’t think it’s fair that someone who has taken a life intentionally deserves to live."
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Briefly.co.za noticed that in response to someone saying the death penalty is inhumane, Chymamusique had this to say:
"They kill over and over again and yal keep treating them like kids that simply stole sugar. A person who kills another person intentionally is inhuman and they’ll keep doing it over on over again but anyway .."
While it seems all doom and gloom in Mzansi right now, there is still good news to be found - a taxi marshal gave us a bit of hope during a troubling time.
The marshal, known simply as Ntshebe, held a pupil's hand as he walked him to safety during the recent unrest in Johannesburg CBD. A video of his compassionate action surfaced on social media and it inspired South Africans.
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