Celebs React to Beachgoer Breaking Lockdown Rules, Let Off the Hook

Celebs React to Beachgoer Breaking Lockdown Rules, Let Off the Hook

- A few Mzansi celebrities and influencers have spoken out about how they are disappointed in law enforcement

- This was after a majority of white beachgoers in Cape Town went to the beach, breaking lockdown regulations

- The celebrities feel that this is a privilege in favour of white people and black people are left at a disadvantage

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Mzansi celebrities and citizens are certainly not impressed with how some get let off the hook with no punishment. Over the weekend, a number of beachgoers flocked beaches in Cape Town, calling for the ban to be lifted.

One of them went for a swim in the ocean and this outraged quite a few celebrities because he got away with it with no repercussions

Satirist Lesego “Coconut Kelz” Tlhabi shared her disappointment in how the government handled the situation with beachgoers:

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"White people live different lives. They would’ve tackled him if he was black. This is why the entitlement is so high," she said.

Radio personality DJ Warras was also not happy with the man who decided to break lockdown regulations to go for a swim:

Celebs react to beachgoer breaking lockdown rules and let off the hook

Mzansi celebrities are not impressed with how law enforcement in the country let beachgoers get away with breaking the law. Image: @shady_lurker, @thembisamdoda
Source: Instagram

"White people at the Cape Town beaches have money for very good lawyers. If the police disperse them using force, pepper spray or violence, they will sue police and they will win," he said.

DJ Warras then spoke about how some black people are not armed with the knowledge to know this and it puts them at a disadvantage.

Thembisa Mdoda-Nxumalo also reacted and said that she was shocked at how the police took their sweet time in dispersing white Cape Town protestors who wanted to go to the beach during the lockdown.

In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Makhadzi defended herself from an internet troll. Makhadzi has had enough of people trolling her and being nasty on the internet. The singer decided that this time she was going to hit back and not let them get away with it.

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Twitter user @Shabzen shared a picture of Makhadzi chilling with Mampintsha and captioned the snap:

"For a minute, I thought it was photoshopped."

The picture went viral and had a few nasty comments about Makhadzi. The singer usually lets it go but this time she decided that she was going to defend herself from nasty trolls on social media.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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