- Duduzane Zuma has shown support for musicians and artists in South Africa amid the #VulaPresident movement
- Jacob Zuma's son filmed himself applauding musos for standing up against the lockdown, which has hit the entertainment industry hard
- Last week, Durban music artists shut down the N3 as they called on the president to open the entertainment scene
Last week, Durban music artists shut down the N3 freeway to protest Covid-19 regulations. The entertainment industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus lockdown and artists have called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to lift the restrictions on the entertainment scene.
Now, Duduzane Zuma voiced his support for the #VulaPresident movement in a video shared online.
Duduzane applauded musicians - who include the likes of DJ Tira, DJ Merlon, Mshunqisi Dladla, Zodwa Wabantu, DJ Happy gal, DJ Sox and Tzozo - for taking a stand against the regulations imposed with the lockdown.
Babes Wodumo shared the video on her Instagram page and captioned it:
"Thank you for your support Mr Nxamalala, together we stand #VulaPresident."
Take a look at the video below:
However, it appears only a couple of people actually paid attention to the message he was trying to give while many others drooled over the former president's son.
"Corruption never looked and sound so good dammit."
"Lobhuti, man of the year."
"So does he like... have this voice in real life?"
"It’s the calmness in his voice for me."
"I'm here, like please don't smile please I'll faint."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported Cassper Nyovest has asked Mzansi to help him find a young boy who went viral a few months ago. The boy was recorded chatting to passengers in a taxi and motivating them.
Cassper used the audio from the footage in one of the tracks of his upcoming album AMN and he wants to now pay the young boy. The video of the boy went viral on social media a few months ago.
The boy speaks about how he's a hustler and believes that God will one day pay him for his hard work. He motivated passengers in a taxi to not give up and not let the devil win. The young boy appears to be a street kid and it was this assumption that left many social media users motivated by his words.
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