Nadia Nakai depressed over Covid-19 limitations, misses performing

Nadia Nakai depressed over Covid-19 limitations, misses performing

- Nadia Nakai has revealed that the Mzansi Covid-19 limitations have depressed her

- The rapper took to social media to let her fans know that she misses performing on stage in front of a live audience

- Bragga's fans took to her comment section to encourage her to hang in there or contact people around her if she needed to talk

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Nadia Nakai has taken to social media to express that she misses performing in front of a live audience.

Bragga said that she is now beginning to feel the effects of the Covid-19 lockdown regulations. The stunner revealed that she is "high-key" depressed.

Nadia Nakai depressed over Covid-19 limitations, Misses performing

Nadia Nakai says she misses performing in front of a live audience.
Source: Instagram

She shared a snap of herself performing on her Instagram account.

She captioned the post:

"Damn. High key depressed... This sucks! I miss it soooo much..."

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The award-winning rapper's fans took to her comment section to tell her things will get back to normal soon.

_brown_sali commented:

"Please don’t be depressed, soon you'll be back."

skolleywood wrote:

"Don’t you worry ma’am. Things will be okay soon and you’ll be back on stage before you know it."

spokenpriestess said:

"Hang in there my queen. Just a little longer. @nadianakai I know you have people around you but if you need to talk I will call you. Just say the word."

In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that TNS took to social media to warn DJ Maphorisa not to drag him into his beef with Prince Kaybee.

The Ayabonga hitmaker said he respects Phori but will react if he keeps provoking him. The musician, who said he has never met Phori, expressed that he will "touch" Phori if he doesn't stop talking about him on social media.

In a video posted on the musician's Instagram account, TNS warned Phori to stop provoking him.

"I respect you my grootman. I think we've never met ever before. You don't know me at all. I'm not involved in your beef with Prince Kaybee. Please don't involve me in your social media beef. If you see any weakness in Prince Kaybee don't refer it to me or involve me. I'll also touch you, don't provoke me."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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