Khaya Mthethwa lifts spirits with moment of praise and worship

Khaya Mthethwa lifts spirits with moment of praise and worship

- Khaya Mthethwa felt that the people of Mzansi needed some praise and worship to lift their spirits

- Taking to social media, Khaya led his followers in song that filled their hearts and homes with hope

- This lockdown has many feeling down and Khaya reminded them that there is still hope and a light at the end of the tunnel

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Khaya Mthethwa decided to use his voice to provide a bit of hope and comfort for the people of Mzansi during this time of great need.

The lockdown has filled many with worry and fear, and the uncertainty has left some feeling unmotivated.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Khaya felt the need to lift people's spirits and give them a little hope, so he sang them a song.

Our people of Mzansi have really been doing the most to keep their spirits high, but it is hard.

The gospel artist and presenter felt that a moment of praise and worship would bring some light into this dark time. The power of God never goes unnoticed.

Taking to Instagram Live, Khaya led his followers in song, praising and giving thanks to God and bringing hope and love into homes.

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Khaya’s magical voice, along with the power of God, filled people’s hearts with hope and lifted many spirits.

Another Mzansi celeb who did their bit to lift spirits and put smiles on people’s faces is Atandwa Kani.

Atandwa Kani had people busting despite all this quarantine business. His #OrSomethingLikeThat skit is pure brilliance!

He did his bit to brighten people’s day with a hilarious coronavirus quarantine skit.

The international Mzansi actor used his lit skills to film a skit starring himself and himself, titled #OrSomethingLikeThat.

In the skit, Atandwa is faced by a linguistically confusing police officer who asks for his ‘licence or something’. This is the type of humour that will definitely resonate with South Africans.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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