While SA enters day 17 of the 21-day nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of Covid-19, rapper Nasty C has urged the nation to pray for relief.
The star, like many of us, watched in shock as the number of coronavirus cases has grown over the last few weeks. Taking to social media, he urged his fans to stay calm. Nasty shared a snap of a Bible verse, telling people that if they pray God would “forgive” the nation and make it prosper again.
The words around the verse were written: “Pay attention, children”.
Speaking to Ms Cosmo recently, Nasty C admitted that the lockdown has affected his plans for the year, including a debut in the US, but he’s able to “work from home”.
“I am doing a lot of little freestyles for my fans. I am recording [for] them video and audio. I have a whole set-up in my lounge. There are lights, there is a stage, there is a desk … I have everything I need to record anything I need to.
In other news – Somizi and Mohale launch foundation to help 400 families #SomhaleFoundation
Somizi has announced that the Somhale Foundation will be busy with its first project on Sunday – 400 Families will each be gifted with Makro vouchers worth R500 each in Freedom Park and a settlement in Ekurhuleni – This kind gesture will surely help those facing the stress of financial difficulties during the coronavirus lockdown. Read more