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Cassper Nyovest on whats happening in SA – It’s scary, sad and it’s wrong

DJ Shimza and Cassper Nyovest

South African Top Rapper Cassper Nyovest took to Instagram to express how he feels about the current situation in the country. Since Sunday night, they have been widespread violence and protests in Gauteng. A lot of shops belonging to foreign nationals have been looted and burnt.

To add to this chaos, there is a case of young Amy-Lee de Jager and the sad loss of Uyinene Mrwetyana. As a nation, it’s sad to see all this happening.

Tembisa looting
Looting in Thembisa

So Cassper Nyovest had this to say with his latest tweet – There’s so much going on. I don’t even know where to start but my country, it’s women and children are disappearing by the day. Our fellow African brothers are being killed and some people are justifying it. It’s scary, sad and it’s wrong. Something needs to happen.

They were a lot of reactions to his tweet with some trying to justify the violence and some siding with the Mzansi Rapper. One commented and said – @KingKgosi33 Replying to @casspernyovest – Guys, let’s not mislead or be misled by fake news. 1. The people are fed up with Drug Peddlers and there’s nothing Xenophobia about that 2. No Foreign National was killed, but rather the other way round, a foreign national murdered a SA citizen when he was.

Looting in Johannesburg

But the bottom line is we all can’t take the law into our own hands and we can’t support the attacks and the looting. So we understand when Cassper Nyovest says something needs to happen in South Africa. Follow the thread on Twitter and see what people saying.

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Source: News365.co.za-Twitter

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