- DJ Zinhle has revealed that she has not received an income in three months since the lockdown started
- Her revelation came after some companies asked her to perform for free during this period
- AKA raised similar points yesterday when he took to social media to slam the government for abandoning artists
DJ Zinhle has joined the growing list of celebrities who are opening up about financial woes. The muso took to social media to slam companies who want her to do gigs for free.
The Umlilo hitmaker revealed that she has not had an income for three months due to the pandemic.
DJ Zinhle took to social media to slam certain companies who asked her to perform for free during the lockdown. She said that not only was that a risk to her health, but she has also not received an income since the lockdown started over three months ago.
The DJ said:
"How am I gonna risk my life going out to record a stream for free when I haven't had an income for 3 months?"
Rapper AKA also took to Twitter yesterday to demand the government help out artists who have not been working since the lockdown started. Briefly.co.za reported that the rapper said that many are struggling and he too is panicking because he is down to his last million.
AKA has been vocal about how the pandemic and subsequent lockdown have negatively affected entertainers. He said that they are no longer getting gigs and are not making any money.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that lockdown has resulted in people coming up with all sorts of ideas to entertain themselves as the days of home confinement drag on.
Social media challenges have been one of the ways in which peeps, particularly youngsters, have occupied their time. DJ Zinhle recently said a Willard Katsande challenge would be a great idea and fans agree.
Soccer star Willard Katsande is known and well-loved (plus laughed at) for his eccentric dress sense. DJ Zinhle would love to see a Willard Katsande challenge take over the internet streets and fans are totally here for it.
Social media influencer, Karabo Makgoko, recently took to Twitter to ask when the PSL will be starting after Willard Katsande uploaded some questionable content.
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