The Soil's Ntsika feels that black love should be celebrated more

The Soil's Ntsika feels that black love should be celebrated more

- The Soil's Ntsika believes firmly that South African children should see how beautiful black love is

- He feels that people shouldn't be about the kind of love that the Western world shows, but that which can be found here at home

- Ntsika wants love to be portrayed in a way that Mzansi's people will understand and admire the way he does

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Ntsika Ngxanga, famous for being part of the a cappella trio, The Soil, wants local children to be inspired by the relationships around them.

He thinks that South Africans shouldn't want to have love the way the Western world portrays it to be.

Instead, they should appreciate the way black people adore each other - the muso says black love is beautiful.

READ ALSO: Bill Gates orders himself a $644 million hydrogen-powered superyacht gathered from TimesLIVE that Ntsika said there are many local couples who can serve as an inspiration to today's kids.

“It's not a good exercise to try to portray black love using the Western format. We shouldn't be trying to mimic that. We need to celebrate black love in a context that our people will understand.
"We have a lot of black people who have loved each other in front of us, who have shared their journey and prove again and again that it is possible for black people to stay committed to being better people for each other consistently.
"We need young people to see that it is possible, that black love is beautiful and worthy of celebration.

The musician is lucky enough to be married to the love of his life, Chumasande. They have two kids together, and he's super proud of them.

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