- South African singer Mlindo The Vocalist is living it up in Malawi
- The musician took to social media to share that he was having the time of his life
- Mzansi social media users shared their thoughts about his gallivanting while South Africa remains in lockdown
It seems that after President Ramaphosa shut down the entertainment industry, many Mzansi performers left the country for greener pastures.
Mlindo The Vocalist recently took to social media to share that he was having the time of his life in Malawi. The singer is performing in the country and clearly enjoying every minute of it.
Taking to social media, he posted:
“Happy New Year to everyone, let’s make 2021 worth full [sic]. We're out in Malawi. Grinding... how are things in SA?”
Social media users responded to his post in envy. Twitter user Nkele731 said:
“I saw you performing at Mina nawe channel 157 yesterday and you were on fire bruh.”
“Don't get drunk there.”
“Nyeke usabuya kuvaliwe ama gate we border (You won’t come back, borders are closed)."
“Uthini uBushiri... This is your year?”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Mlindo The Vocalist is going through the most. The singer recently took to social media to share that he wasn’t doing too well. His first tweet was about how much greed there was in the music industry.
He did not go into detail about what he meant even after fans pressed him for answers. The musician went on to say that something was troubling him and he wanted to talk about it.
Again, he did not explain himself when pressed further. Fans were left worried about him after his strange tweets. Some started throwing assumptions that Maphorisa was involved as Mlindo is signed to his stable. Twitter user Alenceo_sa said:
“This is written @DjMaphorisa all over it. Plus the guy really looks like those "tough dogs with muscles" what do y'all call them konje? NB: I'm from kwa-Nongoma lightning is part of my job description.”
“Khuluma baba name and shame we ready to deal with them.”
“We are here to support you bro even abo Makhadzi and Emtee they told us their stories and maybe we helped them.”
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