'SMA' hitmaker Rowlene calls on peeps for unity and positivity

'SMA' hitmaker Rowlene calls on peeps for unity and positivity

- Singer Rowlene has taken notice of the bad vibes going around on social media

- It's clear that she's not happy with it and wants (or hopes...) to see some change

- The SMA singer is calling on people to stop bashing on each other and be less judgemental

PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see Briefly.co.za News on your News Feed!

Rowlene Bosman, popular for her strong vocals and beautiful voice, has criticised the way things are going on on social media, and actually in South Africa in general.

She wants people to be less judgemental and more positive and more united, Briefly.co.za noticed.

The singer took to her Twitter account to call on her fans and followers to be the difference and treat those around them better.

READ ALSO: 'The River's Larona Moagi fails to impress with "cringe-worthy" acting

She told peeps to be quiet and rather work on themselves instead.

"Yawl honestly need to stand together this year, instead of being so judgemental! HELP INSTEAD! ... you always looking for negative things to say!
"Regardless of how you feel rather KEEP QUIET AND WORK ON YOU bro! bashing another human doesn't make you a better human!!!"

Earlier, Rowlene also spoke out about being put into a 'box' in her musical career. She doesn't want to be 'that girl who sang with Nasty C'.

TimesLIVE reported that she said:

"I didn't even want Junior (Nasty C) on my (upcoming) album because I want people to know me outside of Nasty C, outside of Tellaman, outside of Gemini Major. It is so easy for people to put you in a box or in a group."

Not that she needs to worry too much about that. Her new music is showing off her talents quite wonderfully.

Check out this video for her song, Curtain Call:

Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!

Source: Briefly.co.za

Mailfire view pixel