- Dladla Mshunqisi has revealed that he could lose everything due to the ongoing lockdown
- Mshunqisi said that he could lose his house and car if government does not open the entertainment industry soon
- The Gqom musician said if he doesn't make any money soon, he is set to lose some of the assets that he has worked hard for
Dladla Mshunqisi has opened up about his financial troubles amid the ongoing lockdown in Mzansi. The star is one of the artists who recently shut down the N3 freeway in Durban during their #VulaPresident protest over some of the lockdown regulations.
The star trended online during the protest after videos of him running away from the cops were circulated on different social media platforms. The Cothoza hitmaker has revealed that he could lose everything due to the Mzansi lockdown.
The Gqom artist has shared that he could lose his house, car and other valuables if the government does not relax some regulations so that artists can go back to work.
The musician told Isolezwe that some of the events he had already been booked for had to be postponed when the government imposed the lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. He said artists had hoped that the entertainment industry would be opened when the country moved to the relaxed Level 2 lockdown.
"This is really sad. We had been working and saving money, however, we had never prepared ourselves to be out of work for such a long time. As we speak, the three months I was given by the bank to pay up have passed."
He said although he wasn't arrested on the day, he doesn't wish for another person to go through the "brutality" they went through.
"As it is my chest is still suppressed," added Mshunqisi, who has been nicknamed Mgijimi after the footage of him running from police went viral.
He also revealed that he is preparing to drop his new song called Goliath that will be a festive season floor-filler.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntando Duma has mopped the floor with a troll who came for her forehead on social media. The star served the tweep with a spicy clap-back on Twitter recently.
The Queen star shared a collage of her stunning snaps on the micro-blogging app on Monday, 7 September. She described herself as a skin glow representative. The stunner also joked about her forehead in the same post.
Many of the stunner's followers flooded her timeline to compliment her for looking gorgeous and glowing on the pics. But one troll, @RolandSavage7, decided to shade the star's forehead. The stunner came back with a vicious response. Ntando replied to the troll, who has a dreadlocks haircut:
"Does the bush grow on your head?"
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