- Focalistic told his followers on social media that he was involved in a car accident and waited long for assistance
- The rapper also shared that he witnessed the police shooting rubber bullets at people later that day
- Mzansi social media users weighed in on the state of the South African Police Service after hearing his situation
Amapiano artist Focalistic had Mzansi worried when he announced that he was involved in a car accident on social media. Thankfully, the rapper escaped the crash unharmed. He took to Twitter to share that he waited for assistance from the police for 2 hours.
The Pitori Maradona also told his followers that shortly after the accident, he went on to perform at an event where he saw five police vans shooting rubber bullets at people.
He told one of his fans that "God is good" when the fan asked how he was doing. Focalistic did not provide much detail about his accident but assured the people of Mzansi that he was doing okay.
Mzansi social media users weighed in on the matter, with each having different comments on Focalistic's situation with the police:
@Martin_TheGeek said: "Police works in units mate, each unit for specific kind of crimes or offense. Sometimes the unit that needs to attend to your needs may not be available for various reasons."
@sthebeworldwide commented: "We have to normalize not putting our hopes on police in RSA. Because doing so only leads to disappointment."
@TheDrumTeam commented: "Our cops are so quick to shoot people who wanna have fun and are so slow to help those in need."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Letoya Makhene landed in the hospital after suffering from burnout. Letoya Makhene recently shared with her fans that she had been hospitalised after suffering from burnout. The star took to her social media platforms and opened up about how she had simply pushed her body too far and that it eventually gave out on her.
Letoya added a series of photos of herself in the hospital and showed a loving support system surrounding her while she was treated.
Letoya herself described the experience and admitted to having asked too much of her body before it gave out on her.
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