- Mlindo the Vocalist felt the need to remind people that celebs are human like everyone else
- Seeing Mlindo the Vocalist's outburst on social media left others wondering what ticked him off
- While Mlindos statement was not wrong, peeps feel that it doesn't give celebs free rein to do as they please
Mlindo the Vocalist was feeling some type of way about how the general public treat celebs and felt the need to say something. We are all human. People often forget that celebrities are just normal human beings like you and I, and expect the world from them like they are some kind of robots or something.
Briefly.co.za saw Mlindo the Vocalist take to social media with a rather heartfelt post that got people thinking what was going on that made him need to vocalise this.
Mlindo took to social media to let peeps know that celebs are human too and they should really take a step back and stop putting so much pressure on them Ishu!
"Guys y’all need to understand that famous people or celebrities are also humans ... they also go through their own problems and they are not perfect."
While Mlindo the Vocalist’s post was totally relevant and a major truth bomb, the people just couldn’t understand where this came from. Baba, what is bothering you?
Peeps took to the comment section to ask Mlindo what set him off and to let him know that that doesn’t mean celebs are allowed to do whatever they like and get away with it either.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mlindo The Vocalist's new song has left the people of Mzansi with a heavy case of the feels - it’s real deep.
Having smashed his first album, Mlindo the Vocalist set the bar high for himself and fans have no doubt that he will smash it with his next offering. Mlindo the Vocalist’s song Yekela featuring an up-and-coming vocalist named Masiano dropped recently.
The song has a sweet melody that whisks your soul off into a trance of love while the vocals hit you as hard as falling in love for the first time did. Mlindo and Masiano both have the voices of angels!
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