- Mzansi rapper Ntukza has shared that he wants Twitter to be shut down in Mzansi
- Ntukza, of Teargas fame, recently went on a rant about how Twitter is doing a disservice in the country
- Ntukza also claimed that there won't be any protests in SA if the micro-blogging app is closed
Hip-hop artist Ntukza recently called for Twitter to be shut down in Mzansi. The former Teargas member claims that the micro-blogging app is doing a "disservice" in the country.
The rapper believes that if the app is banned, some of the protests that start on the app will not end up on the street. In his rant, Ntukza also claimed that government sometimes takes decisions based on what Twitter influencers want. The star wrote:
"Twitter is doing a disservice in SA, kids are way too bored over here. Shut down Twitter! Thank me later!"
"And how the government makes decisions that are Twitter trend influenced beats me. Do we even have leadership at all right now. Shut down Twitter!"
The star feels that a lot of controversial topics that are discussed on the social media app end up on the streets.
"If Twitter is banned is SA, no one... no one is going to no streets to protest. Just like that. It will be case closed!"
He further expressed that Mzansi tweeps have misused the app for over 10 years. It is not clear what sparked the musician's rant.
"Twitter will shut down in South Africa! Over 10 years of misusage is enough!"
Briefly.co.za noticed that only one person responded to Ntukza's rant. Other tweeps ignored him. @Emkay_SJ responded to one of his tweets:
"Down like your career bruh?"
Since Teargas split some years ago, Ntukza does not seem to be doing well like the others. K.O recently won an award at this year's SAMAs and Ma-E's song titled Navigator is doing well on radio and TV.
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kabza De Small has hinted that he wants to drop another project. The Amapiano music producer recently took to social media to ask his fans if he should drop the new project or wait for a while.
The musician surprised many people in Mzansi when he dropped a new album with a whopping 27 tracks on June 26. Now the hard-working self-proclaimed King of Amapiano wants to release another project.
Mzansi tweeps have flooded his comment section with mixed reactions since he posted about the new project on Monday, 8 September. Many social media users have shared that he must wait a bit because they're still enjoying the last project, titled I Am The King Of Amapiano: Sweet and Dust.
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