- Sho Madjozi performed in Tanzania and South Africans were concerned about her having a concert during a pandemic
- Maya assured her followers that she and her team had taken health precautions before landing in the country
- Social media users commented on the situation with some not being entirely convinced that it was safe
Sho Madjozi recently shared videos and pictures on her social media accounts of herself performing in Tanzania and some social media users were concerned. A few people were worried that Maya might have been breaking lockdown regulations.
The John Cena hitmaker shared that there was no cause for concern because the Covid-19 regulations in Tanzania are different from the ones in South Africa. She admitted that it might seem like she is breaking the rules but she has taken the necessary health precautions.
"It feels strange posting about our shows here since it looks like we’re disregarding SA Covid-19 regulations. We’re in Tanzania where those regulations do not apply," said Sho Madjozi.
She also told her followers that along with her team, she had to test for Covid-19 before landing in the East African country. Sho shared that her recent performance was loads of fun even though it was raining throughout.
Mzansi social media users weighed in on Sho Madjozi's performance in Tanzania:
@QamakoMsiya commented: "No Covid in Tanzania?"
@freanky4fingers said: "No social distancing that side?"
@JaysenOger commented: "Keep pumping and take care with your team."
@ohthreeone said: "Problem is you need to stay there because you will come back with Covid."
The Covid-19 situation in Tanzania is not as severe as in South Africa as the country reported zero new cases in December. There have only been a total of 509 cases recorded in Tanzania so far.
In music-related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi reacted to a video of Makhadzi breaking it down. Mzansi social media users reacted to an impressive video of Makhadzi breaking it down during her recent performance.
The energetic musician's dance moves impressed many people who watched the video. The clip was shared online by Mohale Motaung-Mhlongo, who recently expressed that he just could not get enough of Makhadzi's dance moves.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!