South African musician, Zahara, got personal with her fans recently, in a video that she recorded before performing at a show. The local star expressed that she was really nervous about how people would receive what she wanted to say on stage – Zahara’s fans and followers shared their support for the talented songstress and were impressed by her openness.
Zahara admitted to her fans and follows, via a self-made video, that she was really nervous about how people would receive her.
She went on to explain to supporters that she wanted to talk about “human rights” during her performance, which was really important to her.
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