4 Mzansi rappers who’ve given abundantly to those in need in 2019

4 Mzansi rappers who’ve given abundantly to those in need in 2019

Mzansi hip-hop artists have been extremely giving this year. A bunch of rappers did some lit charitable acts in 2019.

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Generally having come from improvised backgrounds, Mzansi rappers know what it’s like to struggle.

Briefly.co.za, like the rest of Mzansi, has been truly touched by the amazing acts of kindness so many celebs have done this year.

From buying a kid new running shoes as Cassper Nyovest did to donating dresses from matric dances as Thando Thabethe did, Mzansi celebs have shown how even the smallest act of kindness can change a person’s entire life.

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In honour of all the amazing things our hip-hop men and ladies have done, we pay tribute to just five artists whose charitable acts warmed hearts in 2019:

Stogie T

Taking time out of his busy life and money out of his pocket, Stogie and his children took to the streets to feed those less fortunate.


Apart from releasing amazing bangers, AKA was working on doing something good for his fans. The Fees for All Mega Concert's main aim was to assist with the country’s overflowing student debt.

The much-anticipated concert was held on 15 February and the funds raised went to varsity students who were in debt or those that could not afford university fees. It was set up as a public NPO by SA’s top musicians and Kiernan AKA Forbes.

Cassper Nyovest

Signing an ambassador deal with Samsung, Cass was able to give away 15 Samsung galaxies to deserving fans.

Boity Thulo

When it comes to giving, Boity’s e-wallet skills are on point. Boity has helped a university student with a calculator and fed the hungry. The acts of kindness Boity has done are truly endless.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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