- DJ C-Live decided to remind the people of Mzansi that he has helped many artists
- Taking to social media with a very forward post, DJ C-Live made it clear that he has put food on many tables
- DJ Clock did not think many would come forward agree with DJ C-Live's statement, but much to his surprise they did
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DJ C-Live real name Clive Tshabalala decided to remind the people of Mzansi that he has helped many artists in times of need. Doing his bit to create chart-topping tracks, DJ C-Live feels he’s fed many.
Taking to social media with a very forward post, DJ C-Live made it clear that he has put food on many tables with his skills.
“I broke so many songs on radio before Hip Hop was cool and I put so rappers many on just so they can eat. I've been a pioneer of the music culture in S.A.”
DJ C-Live was not wrong in saying what he did. Not mentioning any names, DJ Clock came forward to defend DJ C-Live’s claim by assuming that no one would have the respect to come forward and admit that DJ C-Live helped them out.
“And no one will recognize that in S.A. S.A is about trends, not about who’s the legend period and what did the legend contributed... Mxm. Be strong my King... Tomorrow when you making it across oceans, they fast to own up or feel entitled about your success.”
While it seems DJ Clock was wrong because many Mznasi artists came forward to thank DJ C-Live for helping them out and for being so upfront about the realness of the game. Cassper Nyovest and L Tido were just two of the big names that made the move.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cassper Nyovest is always finding ways in which he can try to help motivate others. Seeing the unfortunate circumstances some are in as a result of poverty and South Africa’s crippling economy, Cass decided to get real.
Taking to social media with a very raw and real clip, Cassper opened up about his downfalls and how he overcame them and got to where he is today. It is important for people to know that even celebs go through tough times.
Cassper explained dhow he was not always confident in himself and that there were times where he was certain he would amount to nothing.
"I used to be so hard on myself, I used to ask myself why me? What makes me so special because everybody is struggling? I'm not the only one that's going through this so why me?"
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