- Media personality and philanthropist Black Coffee has decided to help struggling students financially
- The musician has joined a campaign that aims to crowdfund money for students studying anything in the creative arts
- The objective of the project is to raise a whooping R3 million in just two weeks for disadvantaged students
Black Coffee has been moved by the plight of students in South Africa.
As many struggle to register into tertiary institutions because of finances, the DJ has decided to do his part to help out by starting a project to raise R3 million for students in the creative arts field.
Black Coffee has joined the #FamTagYouIt campaign. This project aims to crowdfund for creative undergraduate and graduate students with historical debt.
The project is a collaboration between Black Coffee's F.A.M Academy with designer Laduma Ngxokolo, artist Nelson Makamo and Feenix, a public benefit organisation.
The objective is to raise R3 million in two weeks. The public is able to make donations to the campaign on the Feenix website.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi-born DJ Black Coffee appreciates his loyal fans and always shows them some love whenever he gets the chance. This time Coffee decided to pay one of his fans a special visit in her own space.
Twitter user @NomzamoNgcobo13 took to Twitter to share her experience with the popular DJ.
"Guys cela ningihloniphe (please respect me). Black Coffee was at my house. Don’t mind my crustiness," she said.
Nomzamo was super excited about the visit and flexed proudly on social media. It's not every day that someone gets a special visit from a worldwide music producer.
The beautiful lady said for people not to mind the fact that she looks "crusty" but she looked stunning in the black dress and was smiling from ear to ear.
Mzansi social media users were stunned by the fact that Black Coffee had paid Nomzamo a visit at her house. Take a look at some of the reactions below:
@Mr_BluSkyy said: "Yoh. That dude is driving a car sitting on a set of Forgiattos. Idk if it's his or not but the wheels alone on that car cost well over R40k."
@ElphusMk commented: "We'll respect you the day you'll post your picture with your boyfriend please don't get me wrong."
@Khwenzy_m said: "You have earned my respect babe, you deserve it."
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