- DJ Cleo, in typical SA style, made a joke to lighten the mood about the coronavirus
- He made a list of all the musicians who are fictional doctors in Mzansi
- However, Dr Tumi, said he shouldn't be on that list - he is actually a real doctor
DJ Cleo thought he would try to make light of the coronavirus to help his fans release some of their stress through laughter.
The muso listed all his fellow musicians who have the word 'dr' attached to their stage names, saying they should be on standby.
However, one person on the list should not have been there, and he quickly pointed that out to DJ Cleo.
Dr Tumi, who is an award-winning gospel singer, is actually a real doctor - he studied for six years at the Medical University of Southern Africa.
Briefly.co.za gathered from a report by ZAlebs that he also started his own medical practice after completing his studies.
Dr Tumi is a healer of souls as well as bodies - a wonderful combination.
This is an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
The majority of businesses will have their doors closed but essential services will remain available during this time. This means that many general workers will have to continue working despite earning a minimum wage (sometimes less) and Boity is sad for them.
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