- Black Coffee's initiative to feed Mzansi's most needy citizens is receiving a lot of support
- The DJ says he has raised over R411 000 through his weekly Home Brewed online concert
- He took to social media to announce that he is teaming up with star Minnie Dlamini-Jones this weekend to raise funds for the poor
Black Coffee's mission to feed the needy amid the Covid-19 pandemic is gaining momentum.
The world renowned DJ has taken to social media to tell his followers that his initiative will go on until the end of Mzansi's lockdown.
He also revealed that he has teamed up with Mzansi celeb Minnie Dlamini-Jones to raise funds for the needy.
The We Are One hitmaker said his weekly Home Brewed online concert series has raised well over R411 000.
He posted on Instagram:
"I'm on a mission from now until this lockdown is over to raise as much money to causes that speak to me. With your help, I've already raised well over 411k ZAR! This week, I'm teaming up with @minniedlamini, @jaguarsouthafrica + @SARedCross to support their #FeedingSATogether initiative. Each of the food packs they're putting together for a small price can feed those in need for up to a month! Anything you can donate (link in bio) will go towards feeding families all around SA... No one deserves to go to bed hungry #WeAreOne #HomeBrewed."
Coffee's fans took to social media to apppreciate his initiative.
"You doing a good job grootman."
"Champion, you're my biggest inspiration."
"We will keep supporting! Appreciate all your efforts."
"Well done we will be here supporting you always everyday and donate what we can to help."
"We appreciate you. Stay blessed."
"We are definitely stronger together! Dankie grootmaan for the consistent reminder."
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