Simphiwe Dana spreads some joy on social media amid Covid-19 lockdown

Simphiwe Dana spreads some joy on social media amid Covid-19 lockdown

- Simphiwe Dana is spending time at home like the rest of South Africa

- While many are dreading the time on their own in self-isolation, Simphiwe is having a great time

- She's not letting the country's Covid-19 lockdown get the best of her

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Local songbird Simphiwe Dana is showing that she will not let the coronavirus ruin her life or happy mood.

While many people are hating what is happening - and with good reason - Simphiwe has shown her fans that they can still appreciate their lives.

She shared a video of herself oozing with good vibes and joy as she dances along to upbeat music.

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The singer infected her fans with her happiness, noticed.


"Won't lie, feeling the joy. So contagious. Thank you for sharing."


"I adore the pure joy. It is infectious."


"I love this."


"Ha a, nyhan you look very happy that's the kinda stuff will keep our spirits up kule #21daysLockdownSA"

Check out the video and get some good vibes for yourself as well:

Earlier, it was reported that Simphiwe's fans were left in awe after it was announced that she is considering leaving the music industry.

Speaking with TshisaLIVE, Simphiwe did confirm that nothing is set in stone at this stage.

She said that she is however seriously considering the move as it is not financially sustainable. With the Ndiredi hitmaker being a single mom, she says the instability is really not good for her anxiety levels.

She went on to say that she is the type of person that gives 120% in everything she does. With this being part of her character, it leaves no extra time to take on other ventures or expand.

Simphiwe also said that she is in the process of working on a new idea that could possibly give her the financial stability that she needs.

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