Gigi Lamayne Raises Awareness With Elections Freestyle ‘Please Fix’ Dedicated to the Youth

Gigi Lamayne Raises Awareness With Elections Freestyle ‘Please Fix’ Dedicated to the Youth

  • Gigi Lamayne created a freestyle titled Please Fix which is aimed at addressing the importance of voting in the General Election 2024
  • The rapper shone the light on youth unemployment and other societal issues in her song shared on Instagram
  • The star's message asks the youth to make wise decisions when voting on 29 May 2024
  • Briefly News caught up with the rapper who spoke about the influence behind the song, and spoke about the difficulties the youth face in terms of employment

Gigi Lamayne used her platform and voice to raise awareness and urge the youth to vote in the upcoming General Election. The rapper said her heart aches for the youth facing adversities and encouraged them to vote wisely.

Gigi Lamayne has created a song urging the youth to vote.
Gigi Lamayne's song ‘Please Fix’ is dedicated to the youth ahead of the general elections. Image: @gigi_lamayne
Source: Instagram

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Gigi Lamayne recorded a freestyle titled Please Fix, which addresses the youth's unemployment struggles. The highlight of her message is the difficulties young people face with job hunting and landing employment.

She then addressed the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, and stated that some young people do not have connections. Gigi encouraged people to head to the voting polls on 29 May 2024.

Gigi pens message to her supporters

On her Instagram page, Gigi Lamayne said:

"To the youth of SA- My heart goes out to you. Your resilience and hope for a better future will keep our future promising. When the youth comes together, significant changes happen. History has proven this. Your struggles are valid. As we enter the voting season, I plead with you to try to vote for what will put you in a better position. #PleaseFix is for the incoming government. Hear us out. The youth need you."

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Gigi Lamayne speaks Please Fix with Briefly News

Gigi Lamayne spoke about the importance of the song and the message she intends to convey. She stated that change is imminent, especially where the youth is concerned.

"With 'Please Fix', I think was recording a moment in time where South Africa is going into for 30 years rather of voting and it is really time for many changes especially when it comes to the youth."

The rapper then spoke proudly of the role she plays as a born free in South Africa.

"I am a born free and was born in 1994. I represents a large demographic of young people who are trying to put their lives together and it is super important to be able to use my platform and influence to be able to help in any way necessary. Nobody is better than another person. You need to be more patriotic and unite as citizens. A problem with self must be a problem for all."

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Mzansi reacts to Gigi's song

Reacting to the song, fans hailed Gigi for amplifying her voice for change and encouraged her to continue her great work.


"My baby. Let ‘em know."


"Listen!!! You just opened a whole political part with those lyrics, shawty. What!!!!!!!!"


"I respect Gigi."


"I love it."

Gigi Lamayne claims there's no money in rap

In a previous report from Briefly News, Gigi Lamayne claimed that having a career in music in South Africa isn't an intelligent choice.

The star stated that South African music has no money. Gigi Lamayne further mentioned that if they want to make money in music, they should go outside the country.

Source: Briefly News

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