- L'vovo Derrango has encouraged his fans to take social media detox
- L'vovo cautioned his followers to take some time off social media and swears that this is essential for mental and emotional health
- L'vovo urged peeps to concentrate on their dreams instead of being consumed by "this monster"
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Mzansi musician L'vovo Derrango has cautioned peeps to take some time off social media. The Palesa hitmaker recently took to Twitter to urge his followers to take time away from social media and concentrate on their dreams.
The star just wants his fans to focus on improving their lives instead of spending so much of their time on social media. He warned his 259k followers not to be consumed by "this monster".
Since the Covid-19 lockdown began earlier this year, many people have used social media as a form of entertainment. People rely on platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for breaking entertainment news and latest gossip. Many peeps cannot stay away from social media because of the twars that usually break out among Mzansi celebs.
L'vovo asked his fans not to lose themselves on the many platforms. The musician, who is very active on Twitter, wrote:
"You will lose yourself, you will always be angry or you will forever be laughing at stupid things instead of working towards your dream and a better life. SOCIAL MEDIA DETOX IS VERY IMPORTANT. Do bot allow yourself to be consumed by this monster. Take a break, ghost people. Live!"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Maphorisa came under fire after it emerged that he was allegedly dating a 19-year-old. This comes after the teen influencer was exposed by her friend on social media.
The conversation shifted to Maphorisa with many criticising him for entertaining younger women. Influencer Cyan Bouke accused her former friend, Beverly (who is also a brand influencer) of dating the Mzansi muso. She posted a screenshot of a conversation with her where Beverly revealed that she was dating the Amapiano artist.
Although Maphorisa has neither confirmed nor refuted the claims, social media users have weighed in. Twitter user Buhle_Nolls saud:
"We've normalised dating older men & called them blessers, we've normalised posting nudes on the socials on, it's our bodies we can do with them as we wish, we've been saying things like "Secure the bag sis" & now we want to come here & question morals? Njani? #Maphorisa."
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