Somizi reflects on xenophobia and what has divided us as Africans

Somizi reflects on xenophobia and what has divided us as Africans

- The xenophobic and femicide attacks have the people of Mzansi living in fear

- Somizi believes that we need to stand together as Africans, not be killing our brothers and sisters

- In a post he stated that those partaking in acts of xenophobia are celebrating violence

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Somizi Mhlongo has joined thousands of South Africans in the fight against the horrific xenophobic attacks that are consuming our nation.

The people of Mzansi have been through a week of pure hell. With all the femicide and xenophobia, Mzansi has been covered with a blanket of shame.

Briefly.co.za knows how many celebs have come forward to show their support and take a stand against these heinous crimes, and Somizi recently joined the pack.

Somizi took to social media with a raw and real post expressing his feelings towards the xenophobic attacks.

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The flamboyant star stated that he believes that anyone who strives to divide the people of Africa are merely condoning, celebrating and prioritising violence over their fellow brothers' and sisters' safety.

He also touched on the fact that people have unlawfully taken matters into their own hands and that it is not the people's, but the justice system's duty to rectify the issues at hand.

Lastly, Somizi reminded us all that there too are South Africans all over Africa, just as there are other Africans in South Africa.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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