- Shimza has taken to social media to share his thoughts on what will keep Mzansi going through the pandemic
- The DJ decided to add his take and said that he felt focusing on work ethic would be the only way to get past the crisis
- Fans replied to him and add their own thoughts on what the key to staying afloat would be
Shimza has taken to the timeline and advised his followers that the only way to stay afloat during the pandemic is to be committed to the grind with a strong work ethic.
The DJ offered advice and said that he felt keeping productivity levels at the maximum would be the only option for those trying to hustle.
Shimza posted a tweet where he wrote down his thoughts and shared them with his followers.
Shimza's tweet read:
“The only thing that’s going to get us through this is our work ethic and ability to think outside of what we know during normal times. This is no time to sit and wait!”
The star's devoted fans praised him for the consistent advice to improve their lives. Check out some of their responses to his tweet:
@_Moatlhodi: "You've proven to be the most versatile and hardest working entertainer during this lockdown. Well done"
@ntshephe_p: "I watched your post interview with macg and I got to realize how wise and inspiring you are. Thank you for the wisdom. We will teach ourselves to think out of the box and one day we will get it right"
@Varodeep: "Couldn't have said it better bra!! Its time to be innovative and use whatever that is usable as there is no such thing as stupid idea! Perhaps that stupid one is just the right one for u at this point in time."
In previous celebrity-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on Zenande Mfenyana saying her hubs is her biggest motivation to focus on her health after having her baby.
Zenande Mfenyana took to social media to declare that she was committed to prioritising her health and fitness in 2021 and that her hubby was her biggest motivator. The celeb gave birth to her first child last year and posted how she now wants to get back into shape. She said that her husband was so fit and committed that it inspired her to get back into the fitness game.
Zenande acknowledged that her body had already done an incredible thing as it had grown a whole human and managed to deliver her a healthy daughter.
Zenande's tweet read:
"My hubs is so fit, he inspires me each morning to work harder at my fitness goals...I’ve got such a long way to go but at least I’m trying. I grew a human in me in 2020, in 2021 I need to get back into shape"
Fans and followers were happy for the actress' revelation but also reminded her that postpartum bodies all look different. Online users made sure to remind Zenande not to pressurise herself to fit into the snapback culture, but to rather make sure she was doing things at her own pace:
@KaraboKbmags: "Whatever you do please do not pressurise yourself with the snapped back culture. Take your time. Be kind to yourself and stay healthy. I hate the snapped back culture it puts too much pressures women especially those in the spotlight"
@SlindySosibo: "Yeah staying fit is hard especially if you still have a little human that you breastfeed as you cannot consume certain things but very soon you'll swing back into shape. Start small with minimal exercise for now it's make a difference trust me"
@AngelaMaseko: "You will get back to your shape dear if you put some effort and your mind to it. Pluz you have Hubs as a supporter it makes it easier"
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