Lady Zamar reminds Mzansi to be kind because life is short

Lady Zamar reminds Mzansi to be kind because life is short

- Lady Zamar dropped some pearls of wisdom on social media recently

- The Collide hitmaker shared that people need to be kind because none of us are immortal and life is short

- Mzansi social media users agreed with her thoughts and praised her for the wise words

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Lady Zamar has taken to social media to drop some gems of wisdom. The songstress posted a lengthy tweet speaking about the importance of always being kind because our time on earth is limited.

Taking to her Twitter account, Zamar said:

“Remember... regardless of social media and the seeming immortality of our lives and opinions that live on these platforms; we are ALL going to die. So live/love fully, in the present, with gratitude while you’re still blessed with life.”

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She continued:

“Your life matters. No matter who you are or what you have...Your life matters”

Social media users weighed in on her musings.Many agreed that what she said was wise and they would apply it in their lives. Twitter user Gifted_Snr said:

“Indeed, the mistake that we make is to think that we still have more time on this planet”

DixieCh89 said:

“Such true words my lady”
Lady Zamar reminds Mzansi to be kind because life is short
Lady Zamar has encouraged others to be kind. Image: @lady_zamar
Source: Instagram

Meanwhile, previously reported reported that Lady Zamar is playing Santa and doing her bit to help make the festive season a little merrier. The musician announced that she is partnering with Boston Sports college to giveaway a bursary worth R25 000.

Taking to Twitter, Zamar posted:

"Looking to study at Boston in 2021? Lady Zamar and the Bakone Sports Challenge want to make your dreams come true! Email with your name, contact cell, and a strong motivation. R25 000 bursary for studies in 2021! Deadline for applications 15 December 2020."

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Twitter users who were interested in the opportunity shared their thoughts. Social media user adv_judy said:

"Definitely sending mine."

SinoMakeleni said:


Others decided to take the opportunity to flood her mentions with comments about what happened between her and industry peer Sjava. Hopefully people let that go soon as it seems that they both have too.

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