- Hotstix was recently on Radio 2000 where he expressed his feelings regarding the recent drama in Mznasi
- The jazz legend made it clear that abusers are not welcome at his shows
- He also took a stand against the numerous acts of xenophobia
Mzansi jazz legend, Sipho "Hotstix" Mabuse, came forward and made it clear how he feels about abusers attending his shows.
Following the recent spate of femicides, many celebs have taken a noticeable stand against abusers. It is time to rise up and speak out.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Hotstix expressed his views during an interview on Phat Joe & The Family's radio show on Radio 2000.
Hotstix showed his support by calling on his fellow musicians to take a stand and ‘make the loudest noise about men who abuse children and women’.
Putting his foot down, Hotstix made it clear to all those who think that they are 'the man' to not even come to his shows as he does not want to entertain ‘animals’.
Lastly, Hotstix extended his support in the fight against ‘black-on-black’ xenophobic violence. Just like abusers, there is no room for xenophobes in Hotstix's circle.
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