YoungstaCPT responds to fan who accused him of ignoring Covid-19 rules

YoungstaCPT responds to fan who accused him of ignoring Covid-19 rules

- YoungstaCPT recently posted a picture of himself with a police officer in full uniform

- A social media user was quick to accuse both the rapper and the cop of not adhering to the Covid-19 lockdown regulations

- The Cape Of Good Hope hitmaker said the snap was taken long before Mzansi went into lockdown

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YoungstaCPT has responded to a fan who accused him of ignoring Covid-19 lockdown regulations.

The Cape Of Good Hope hitmaker recently shared a pic of himself with a police officer in full uniform.

The policeman and Youngsta had no face masks on and social media user, @Katlego_Mack, was quick to point that out to the rapper.

"No mask in sight. A law enforcement officer."

The star slammed @Katlego_Mack for his observation.

"Who said this was taken during lockdown? Always remember… things take time."

Another tweep, @diamondthaKID, also had a problem with Youngsta's snap with the cop.

"If it was me, I would've been arrested for not wearing a mask, mxm."

The rapper emphasised that the pic was taken before Mzansi went into lockdown.

"This was taken long before lockdown but things take time."

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Things Take Time is the title of his debut album. He released it in 2019.

Briefly.co.za reported that the rapper paid homage to late hip-hop artist HHP, who passed away two years ago.

Youngsta took to Twitter to say that he thinks about Jabba a lot with a hashtag #LongLiveHipHopPantsula.

"I still can't believe HHP is gone... ," he tweeted.

Mzansi artists Khuli Chana and DJ Dimplez responded to the tweet.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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