- L'vovo took to Twitter to ask Mzansi a question that sparked a debate online
- He asked the people of South Africa what they think is holding the country back from success
- Mzansi social media users weighed in on the matter with different opinions on South Africa's issues
South African musical artist L'vovo asked an engaging question on the Twitter timeline that had Mzansi talking. He is known for being an advocate for making South Africa great and this time asked a question that must've been on a lot of people's minds.
L'vovo asked: "What's holding this country back?"
His question sparked a debate online on what exactly is holding Mzansi back. With the country currently fighting the second wave of Covid-19, these are exactly the questions that need to be asked.
Mzansi social media users decided to weigh in on the matter, exactly as L'vovo had asked them to. Briefly.co.za put together a few responses from South African social media users:
@Chief_Wabantu said: "Voting EFF or DA in power won't make any difference. Trust me."
@the_fiendsa commented: "Our president has the right to tell everyone to close their businesses and stay at home and lose your income. And there's nothing you can do about it."
@LefokotsaneK said: "Nothing is holding South Africa back. We've got the corrupt government that we’ve constantly voted for. It is progressing with its corrupt mandate that it was given by the electorate. It is happy the corrupt way of life."
@PeruMorkels commented: "The old people in power and their corruption tendencies."
@__lebo said: "Service delivery. The leadership cannot even provide proper basic service delivery. How can we expect more advanced services from them?"
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntsiki Mazwai is done with being a slay queen and goes back to normal. Ntsiki Mazwai took to social media to tell her fans to breathe a sigh of relief as her slay queen phase was over.
The opinionated poet has been wearing make up and using braids on her hair for these last few days. Added to that, she was also taking pictures with filters. Social media users were left very confused by her new look but they need not be confused anymore.
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