Pearl Thusi’s social media accounts vanish: Fans are truly concerned

Pearl Thusi’s social media accounts vanish: Fans are truly concerned

- Pearl Thusi's social media accounts suddenly vanished overnight

- DJ Zinhle posted a message sharing words of strength and encouragement, making peeps even more worried

- Fans have flooded social media with posts of strength, love and understanding

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Pearl Thusi has just up and left social media! Our girl gave us zero warning, which has made some a tad stressed.

This whole lockdown is a very stressful thing and social media sometimes makes times like these a whole lot worse., like many others, was completely shocked when we saw all of Pearl’s social media accounts were no longer available.

We can totally understand if sis is taking a break, it is a stressful time, but a heads-up would have been great.

Many fans have been asking if Pearl is okay and wondering why she just all of a sudden decided to deactivate her accounts.

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It was just yesterday that Pearl was using her social media for good, trying to send out food parcels for to those less fortunate – something just doesn’t seem right, we really hope it’s nothing serious.

Her bestie, DJ Zinhle, took to social media with words of encouragement. Something must seriously be wrong.

Fans have flooded social media with messages of concern, hoping that all is okay and that Pearl will be back real soon!

In other news, we can always count on our favourite Mzansi’s musicians. With South Africa entering the fourth day of the 21-day lockdown in order to curtail the spread of Covid-19, these amazing people have taken up the challenge to sing the national anthem and spread hope and unity.

Monday saw a video featuring dozens of artists singing Nkosi Sikelel’iAfrika, which was the launching of the Anthem Challenge.

Moonchild, Busiswa, Danny K, Kurt Darren, Proverb, Tumi Morake, Corlea Botha, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Zolani Mahola, Juliet Harding and KB Mamosadi are a few of the talented artists whose voices will be heard in this beautiful project.

They are encouraging all South Africans to come together and do the same. The aim of the project is to encourage over 1 000 South Africans to take part and perform the largest-ever virtual rendition of the national anthem, all while being in lockdown.

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