- Papa Penny has blasted President Cyril Ramaphosa for the alleged corruption in his home province of Limpopo
- The reality TV star urged Ramaphosa to remove the province's Premier Stan Mathabatha from his position
- The musician has also detailed how he fed more than 20 000 people without any assistance from government
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Papa Penny has joined the long list of South Africans who have blasted government for allegedly being corrupt.
The reality TV star has asked President Cyril Ramaphosa to remove all corrupt politicians from his ruling party. The musician's outburst was sparked by the alleged corruption in Limpopo after 40 shacks, "worth R2.4 million", were recently unveiled by the province's Premier Stan Mathabatha.
In a video shared on Twitter by tweep @MajubaMagwaza, Papa urged Ramaphosa to remove Mathabatha and the MEC for Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs Basikopo Makamu.
"They have money for their girlfriends and families. President, remove Stan Mathabatha today and his MEC Basikopo Makamu. They must fo**ff. They must be deleted.
"Look what is happening today in Limpopo. I told the people of Limpopo that the premier is out of order. How can people build shacks, Mathabatha, and his MEC."
The star also expressed that he was able to feed thousands of people in his home province without any help from government.
"I gave more than 20 000 people food parcels without any tender from the government. Why don't we act like that?"
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that AKA is not at all impressed with the Covid-19 relief money given to artists. The rapper took to social media and said that he would not be grateful for pennies. Artists receive a grant of R2 200 while the unemployed receive only R350.
AKA took to social media to blast the government for offering artists R2 200 per month in relief from the pandemic. The rapper believes that the money is too little and no one can guilt trip him into appreciating pennies.
AKA shared his thoughts after a tweep asked him how he felt about the relief. He asked what he would do with R2 200 a month and a tweep responded:
"It can buy 12.5kg maize meal, 5L cooking oil, 10kg rice, 12x tinned beef and toilet paper."
AKA then responded by asking why it has been designated to artists who spend that same amount of money per week on "ganja" and not to people who actually need it.
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