Lillian Dube opens up about artists' "part-time tycoons" way of life

Lillian Dube opens up about artists' "part-time tycoons" way of life

- Lillian Dube has thanked those who have contributed to the entertainment Covid-19 relief funds

- The star jokingly said that many artists live a "part-time tycoon" lifestyle

- Covid-19 has put the financially unstable aspect of being in the entertainment industry in the spotlight

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A lot of artists and others who are in the entertainment industry are breathing through the wound due to Covid-19.

Being unable to perform and throw events has hit entertainers hard.

There are few funds that have been set up specifically to assist artists and even planners.

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During an interview with the SABC, Lillian Dube got real about the fact that artists and freelancers need all the help they can get to survive the financial difficulties brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

She also thanked those who have directed their donations to the entertainment sector.

Lillian said, “I'm so happy to see that on this earth, there are still people who do the Lord's work. I had previously heard of Mrs and Mr Ramela, who have been doing amazing charity work, including giving people blankets in winter from as far as Lesotho, as well as locally. I didn't know that one day, he would honour us as well by helping us in (our) time of need. Because, as you know, we artists are part-time tycoons. The one day you have work and the next dololo."

Check out the full video, which was posted on fellow actress Winnie Ntshaba's Instagram page, below:

Yesterday, Briefly.co.za reported that Rami Chuene had advised all artists who are going back to work to proceed with caution.

She said they should thoroughly understand all indemnity forms before signing.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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