'Eish, it's sad to see': What SA's most popular rappers thought of Zuma's resignation

'Eish, it's sad to see': What SA's most popular rappers thought of Zuma's resignation

Former President Jacob Zuma announced his resignation in a televised address to the nation late on Wednesday, 14 February.

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Reactions to his resignation have poured in from across the country and the world. Some of South Africa's most popular rappers were not left behind.

Briefly.co.za looks at some of their reactions below.

AKA expressed some sadness at seeing Zuma go:

However, he said it also reflects the strength of South Africa's democracy:

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Yanga also felt sad:

Meanwhile, Cassper Nyovest was in New York when the news broke out:

Rouge simply acknowledged the news:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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