Mzansi reacts to local hip-hop doccie about ProKid, #DankieSan trends

Mzansi reacts to local hip-hop doccie about ProKid, #DankieSan trends

- Mzansi has reacted to the documentary in honour of fallen Soweto rapper ProKid

- The Dankie San: The Kasi Rap Bible doccie aired on SABC 1 on Thursday night

- The show, which features the likes of AKA and Kwesta, provides backstage footage to the making of Pro's signature album titled Dankie San

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Mzansi social media users have reacted positively to the local hip-hop documentary that premiered on Thursday in honour of late rapper ProKid.

The Dankie San: The Kasi Rap Bible doccie featured some of the music industry people who were inspired by the Sekele hitmaker and those that have worked with the star.

The show provided a backstage glimpse to the making of Pro's signature Dankie San album. The project consisted of hits such as Bhampa and Uthini Ngo Pro.

Some of the musos that participated in the doccie included AKA, Dome, Omen, Kwesta and Slikour. reported that ProVerb announced the premiere date of the documentary on social media on Thursday. He said they were ready to share the "body of work" with Mzansi.

ProKid's fans have taken to Twitter to pay their respects to the Soweto muso.

@linez_SA commented:

"Till this day no one can cook a verse like ProKid."

@Yamkela__N wrote:

"The recording of #DankieSan man this I have to watch, thank you to whoever came with the idea."

@Lizelle_Malgas said:

"Who watched the documentary yesterday? How lucky are we to call him ours?"

@THATO5STAR added:

"Really enjoyed #DankieSan doccie, wish they could make one for #hhp."

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ProKid's brother DJ City Lyts has come forward to ask fans not to support any Dankie San clothing labels.

"Please do this for PRO and the Mkhize family. Don’t support any ‘Dankie San!!’ clothing you see out there that’s sold. We haven’t approved clothing items to be produced, sold or marketed as yet people are playing silly games out here. Please."

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