While the lockdown has revealed that people have talents they might have not known about before like cooking, controversial businessman Kenny Kunene has revealed he is a rapper. However, not everyone is convinced by the video he shared of himself spitting some bars.
The “Sushi King” released a short song, which he named “Covid-19”, where he gave Mzansi advice on what to do during the lockdown. In his debut song, the businessman informed people about hygiene, staying home and not touching their face. The video and song are recorded in what looks like a makeshift studio.
Watch the video below:
COVID-19 BY KENNY KUNENE pic.twitter.com/7gue0vf03b
— Kenny Kunene (@Kenny_T_Kunene) April 4, 2020
Kenny, we’re dealing with too many problems right as a country, please stay forgotten if you’re not gonna be serious.
— Kid maWrong-Wrong (@justthabo1) April 4, 2020
I stopped taking him serious when he faked his own assassination of a hail of bullets that left his car with dents and scratches 😂😂😂
— IamShoezta (@tshepzashoes) April 4, 2020
Busta Rhymes has 24 hours to respond. 🔥🔥
— Nkanyezi (@NkanyeziKubheka) April 5, 2020
In other news – Angry Twitter attacks Police Minister Bheki Cele over plan to ban Alcohol after lockdown
People of Mzansi are experiencing a shortage of alcohol during the 21-day lockdown period and the last thing they want to hear is police minister Bheki Cele gloating over the prohibition – LOL! On Monday, the police minister had tongues wagging on social media, following his latest comments on the ban of alcohol sales in SA.
With the national lockdown on its 12th day, Cele told City Press that alcohol sales should be shut down even after the lockdown. Read more