- Award-winning musician L'vovo has called the Gupta family state capture a scam
- The Kwaito artist took to social media late on Monday, 3 May and asked his followers what their favourite Mzansi scam is
- The opinionated L'vovo shared that his favourite scam is that the Guptas were running the country and stole billions
L'vovo has taken to social media to share his thoughts on South African scams. The award-winning musician said his favourite Mzansi scam is the news that the controversial Gupta family was running the country.
L'vovo doesn't believe that the Guptas stole billions from Mzansi when they were still living here. The star has become known for being very vocal about SA politics, especially on Twitter.
The Kwaito musician asked his followers on the micro-blogging app to also share their favourite Mzansi scams. He wrote:
"What's your favourite South African scam? Mine is the Gupta stole billions and were running the country."
L'vovo's followers flooded his timeline and shared mixed opinions on his post. Check out some of their comments below:
"That the Guptas were running this country with a remote control and have looted billions from our state is not a scam but a fact. Jacob Zuma and the likes of Gigaba were their foot soldiers."
"That the Guptas tried to bribe Mcebisi Jonas with R600 million."
"Mine is 'We have evidence of Zuma leaving the country with with R6 billion to buy a house in Dubai' and then they made a whole TV series about him getting arrested and trying to escape."
"That the ANC fought for our freedom! Come on, the DA handed over limited powers because they had pressure from the world, it was time for transformation! These people didn't even draft any of the Constitution, that shall tell you something!"
"Although the 'New Dawn' remains the biggest scam ever, my favourite has to be Mcebisi Jonas refusing to accept R600 million in a bag nogal."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that L’vovo left social media users upset after he posted a strange tweet which seemed to be denying the existence of Covid-19. Taking to social media, the musician posted:
“Just because you tested positive does not prove that you're positive. I don't know if I'm making sense.”
His post sparked outrage among many social media users who felt that his comments were unnecessary and dangerous. Twitter user osmaseko said:
"Focus on music Chief, this is beyond your thinking capacity."
"There are many virologists these days."
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