- Veteran actress Rami Chuene and musician Prince Kaybee have reacted to a viral video
- The video shows employees getting retrenched from a Mercedes dealership amid the lockdown
- The celebrities were heartbroken by the visuals and Mzansi social media users weighed in with their thought
Mzansi celebrities have reacted to a heartbreaking video that was shared online showing employees being retrenched from a Mercedes dealership.
Actress Rami Chuene and Prince Kaybee took to social media to share their feelings about the sad sight.
The video showed Mercedes-Benz staff members getting retrenched amid a global pandemic.
One of the workers is heard praying and getting emotional as they bid farewell to their jobs.
Rami Chuene took to her Twitter account and posted:
"That video of the prayer gathering after being retrenched" along with crying emojis.
Responding to Rami, Twitter user robzinterris said:
"Very disturbing and hurting... It pains me that many are parents who are bread winners at home and now they have to bring sad news at home"
"The fact is that all the Politicians don't care, they are still earning their salaries and some of them are even making extra money by stealing from @GovernmentZA 's coffers"
While Prince Kaybee retweeted the video with broken heart emojis. Responding to his reaction, Twitter user onkeonke12 said:
"This is Sad"
"That's why there's people like u and NaakMusiQ with too many cars in ur garages, let's hope you'll all hire a certain fraction of these guys thanks"
"My baby mama got retrenched January & in March all my project canceled my shop run down ka April because it was depending on tourist... hohobe guys"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Maphorisa has spoken out against the lockdown which has resulted in many South Africans wallowing in poverty.
The musician took to social media to reflect on the state of the country amid the Covid-19 pandemic. He believes that the lockdown is negatively impacting the poor and has called for the government to end it.
He went on to say that it was better to die trying than to die from poverty.
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