- Busiswa has joined the many voices slamming the City of Johannesburg
- This comes after the official Twitter page of the city called for the removal of illegal advertisements
- Busiswa and many others argued that people needed employment, especially during a pandemic
Busiswa recently slammed the City Of Johannesburg official Twitter account after they shared a post about illegal adverts. The account took to social media to encourage residents to remove illegal street ads.
The account posted a picture of law enforcement figures removing an ad which was placed on a street pole illegally. Their caption read:
“Remove that illegal advert. Community members are more than welcome to remove illegal adverts. #JoburgBylaws”
Busiswa was one the many people who were not impressed by the poster. She argued that people were unemployed and doing their best to make ends meet during the pandemic. She said:
“It’s a PANDEMIC & a LOCKDOWN!! People NEED WORK!!! Yho!”
Social media users weighed in with their thoughts. Twitter user KeSeRomeo said:
“Such bylaws needs to be revised, where are you expecting that person to advertise vele?”
“Honestly, they’re focusing on the wrong things. That’s someone’s bread, is the sign bothering anyone’s livelihood?”
“What is an ILLEGAL advert, though? Sounds quite heartless to kill the small man. DSTV installations, Plumbing services, photo services, rental rooms, domestic workers, paving, handymen services....ALL of these don't have BUDGETS like you to advertise on SABC”
“Tell foreigners to remove them they're the ones pasting all these illegal adverts they even do it infront of police angithi our country is for the entire world”
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported that Busiswa wrote an emotional post thanking Beyoncé for putting her in her hit visual album, Black Is King. Busiswa posted a video of herself watching herself in the film in awe and included a heartfelt caption.
She said, "My queen, Beyoncé, I thank God for your life (and) the vessel you've allowed yourself to be, (as well as) the seats you have given (to) so many at the table. The realisations you've created for millions of young girls, but particularly for girls in my home town of Mthatha, South Africa."
Fans jumped into Busiswa's mentions to congratulate her for the awesome achievement.
@Urshygirl commented, "I cry every time you do your verse and I've watched it at least over 50 times. You guys have made us so proud."
@Bonginkocy_m said, "You're such a true queen."
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