- Reason has opened up about how difficult the Covid-19 lockdown period has been in his life
- The rapper even asked his fans to refer him to some of the therapists they've used before so he could speak to them after lockdown
- The Satan Owele rapper also shared that he has scored a great offer with a brand he has not named yet
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Reason has taken to social media to share that the Covid-19 lockdown has not been good to him. The rapper asked his fans to refer him to a good therapist he could see after the Covid-19 lockdown period is over.
Many Mzansi entertainers have used social media to voice their frustrations over financial difficulties amid the pandemic. They have not been able to make money as they have not been booked to perform during these trying times.
"Can y’all please reply to this tweet with some great therapists y’all have used. The good ones only. You can give a twitter handle / name, office number and area. I just wanna normalize seeing someone after this lockdown. This thing was painful hey… #TherapyYellowPages."
Judging from his tweet, the Satan Owele rapper has been through a lot since the country's government imposed the lockdown a few months ago.
On a lighter note, Reason also revealed that he has been offered a "great offer" by a brand he has not disclosed yet.
"I have a meeting today (28 August). Great offer. But I was chickening out cause it was so great, I started thinking about how great the failure would be if I don't live up to the expectation. You just slapped me in the face with this one. Why would I even consider doing ANYTHING SMALL!"
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In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Nomcebo Zikode has laughed off suggestions that she's a one-hit wonder following the success of her collab with Master KG. The song is big internationally and it even started a viral dance challenge across the globe.
"This is not the first song I have recorded to make it big. Even Master KG has released big songs in the past. I recorded a song with DJ Ganyani, Emazulwini, it went very big and people were also saying that I would never record another big song, and then came Jerusalema. I have many more songs like that."
The songstress has been keeping Mzansi dancing even before taking over the international dance scene with Master KG and their single titled Jerusalema. Her 2017 song with DJ Ganyani called Emazulwini was also big on South African TV and radio stations.
Kobanini was also a dance-floor filler during last year's festive season. She worked on that track with another popular SA DJ Mobi Dixon.
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