Black Coffee Slammed for Performing at Packed Gig Amid Covid Pandemic

Black Coffee Slammed for Performing at Packed Gig Amid Covid Pandemic

- Black Coffee has been slammed for performing at a packed gig in Cape Town recently and again with no sign of adhering to rules and regulations

- The world-renowned DJ and the party-goers were not wearing mask nor practising social distancing during the gig

- Social media users have shared mixed reactions to the clips of the DJ performing at the Silo Hotel

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Black Coffee has been slammed for performing at a packed gig without a mask amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

The world-renowned DJ performed at a gig in Cape Town recently where party-goers had no masks on and there was no social distancing.

The award-winning musician was filmed performing at Silo Hotel. In the videos, neither the star nor his audience were wearing the face masks aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus. The clips were shared on Twitter by @2frost2furious. He wrote:

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"I’m looking at IG stories and watching what looks like a Black Coffee gig happening at the Silo Hotel with not a single mask in sight and I’m wondering if Cape Town wants a third wave because that is how you get a third wave."

The tweep also shared another video where Black Coffee can be seen without a mask while close to the mask-less party-goers. @2frost2furious captioned the clip:

"Super spreading on the dancefloor."

Mzansi tweeps took to @2frost2furious' comment section and share mixed reactions to his post. Check out some of their comments below:

@SoliloquyPanda wrote:

"People are dumb and selfish. For 2h of fun they are willing to jeopardise their and their families' health. Think they need to take a really good and deep look into themselves and ask themselves what kind of people are they. But I'm guessing they are incapable of that."

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@ChayCook said:

"We all know the third wave is coming after Easter. We’re also gatvol of this government. 0.2% of our population has been vaccinated whilst our industry is at a standstill? It's been a year since we could actually work work. The whole of CPT/SA."

@mpholicious commented:

"We don't groove with masks... May the best immune system win!!"

@2frost2furious reacted to the comment:

"I hope none of them have grandparents."
Black Coffee Slammed for Performing at Packed Gig Amid COVID Pandemic
Black Coffee has been slammed for performing at a packed gig amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Image: @realblackcoffee
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In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee was roasted on social media after he shared a flyer of his birthday gig. Eagle-eyed social media users noticed that Euphonik was booked for the gig under his real name, Themba.

Many suspected that Black Coffee used the controversial DJ's name because of the current bad publicity surrounding him.

Taking to the star’s social media post, tweeps blasted the musician for working with Euphonik. Twitter user Nomie_fied said:

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"Not Euphonik getting booked and being called Themba. Men don’t care shem. Not even the ones that pretend to be for justice."

Theokingb said:

"Black Coffee is the same man who was kicking and having lunch + dinner with ‘THEMBA’ at The Bungalow, 2 weeks ago. The day after he dropped a fake screenshot. Women were at their table too. It was all too disgusting."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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