Mzansi shows love to musician Donald for his Covid-19 relief concert

Mzansi shows love to musician Donald for his Covid-19 relief concert

- Donald is trending on Twitter after announcing that he wanted to help South Africans affected by Covid-19

- He said he would organise a concert and use the proceeds to buy food and electricity for the needy

- Social media users were filled with praise for the selfless musician

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Donald Moatshe is trending on social media after he announced that he will be hosting a concert. The proceeds of the event will be used to help South Africans struggling with food and electricity.

The musician has been Mzansi's sweetheart these days and this move has cemented his place in South African hearts.

Mzansi shows love to musician Donald for his Covid-19 relief concert
Donald wants to help struggling South Africans who can't afford food and electricity
Source: Twitter

It's no secret that many have been struggling financially ever since the lockdown closed down income streams. Many have been battling with basic necessities like food and electricities. The musician took to social media to offer a solution in the form of a concert that could be streamed. Social media users were impressed by his kindness. Twitter user Liezl_C_Phokane said:

"Woooowwww, Donald I'm lost for words."

PrettyD80117256 said:

"Wow this is truly amazing."

SelloMajola10 said:

"That's what kings do... Super leader indeed. Salute sir"

AshanteTheron said:

"We love you Donald!"

Thulanidaniel51 said:

"Okay guys. We need to make this trend in every way possible. This is huge and beneficial to the citizens of our country. Let's make the hashtag trend."

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Meanwhile, previously reported that Cassper Nyovest is not immune to the economic destruction brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. After a fan asked him to buy another luxury car, the Gusheshe hitmaker quickly told him that he's barely able to keep the cars he already has. Cassper went on to say that he was working hard to keep the assets he currently owns but has made peace with the fact that something would have to go.

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