- The Covid-19 pandemic lockdown has taken its toll on many Mzansi artists and citizens
- DJ Euphonik is the latest artist to admit that he is feeling the heat amid the Mzansi lockdown
- The DJ has admitted that one of his daily struggles is pulling himself out of the "victim mentality"
The Covid-19 pandemic has finally taken its toll on DJ Euphonik.
The businessman has taken to social media to open up about his daily struggles since Mzansi government imposed the ongoing lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
The DJ said the pandemic affected all the citizens in the same way despite their financial status.
He revealed that one of his daily struggles while in lockdown is pulling himself out of the "victim mentality".
"Personally the biggest struggle on a daily basis since this started is pulling myself out of victim mentality. What makes me grateful is how much stronger my mind will be. We are all in the same storm, just different boats."
The star's fans have commended him for sharing his wisdom with them.
"You are living your purpose and have continued to do so. You sharing your wisdom and leading from the front. May God bless you giant."
"That's true Mr Nkosi, it depends on how you see your situation. And life owes us nothing!"
"You are strong, smart and talented. Keep going and pray for better days."
"Thanks for your honesty."
Most Mzansi artists are struggling financially amid the lockdown. They have been complaining on social media about not getting financial help from government.
Actress Nokuthula Mavuso penned a precise Twitter thread to Minister Nathi Mthethwa detailing her struggle as a freelance actress.
Briefly.co.za also reported that Kelly Khumalo is one of a number of artists who have complained to Mthethwa about being in the dark about the promised R150 million relief fund.
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