Sho Madjozi busts coronavirus awareness rap: “Keep it at the crib man”

Sho Madjozi busts coronavirus awareness rap: “Keep it at the crib man”

- Sho Madjozi decided to create a rap about the lockdown limitations

- With people still roaming the streets, drinking, partying and not taking the lockdown seriously, Sho felt she had to try something different

- In her catchy ‘public safety announcement’ rap, Sho urges peeps to just stay home

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Sho Madjozi has used her musical greatness to create a ‘public safety announcement’ regarding the coronavirus lockdown in Mzansi.

We are three days into lockdown and still, people are not taking the measures seriously.

Briefly.co.za knows how Sho has always been able to connect with people through her lit lyrics, so we can only hope this will make a difference.

With people still roaming the streets, drinking, partying and not taking the lockdown seriously, Sho felt she had to try something different.

Writing a short and catchy rap about the lockdown, Sho hopes to educate and enlighten people on the seriousness of the matter.

Taking to social media, Sho posted a clip of her ‘public safety announcement’. In the rap Sho speaks of those not adhering to the rules and what risk they are putting others and themselves in.

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Sho urges peeps to take this seriously and spread the word.

Big up’s to Sho for taking the initiative and using her platform to reach people in the best way she knows how – through music.

“You need to keep this at the crib man!”

In other news, Somizi is worried about the coronavirus and how things are going down in South Africa right now.

With the president announcing a 21-day lockdown, people are finally seeing that this isn't just a passing matter.

The entertainer called on Mzansi to stay at home and take care of themselves and their loved ones.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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