Exasperated with the continued lockdown in South Africa, Family Tree rapper Nadia Nakai has revealed dreams of going to Kenya to continue her rapping career and forget all the problems the (level 3) lockdown has provoked in the entertainment industry in Mzansi.
Following the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, South Africa had gone into lockdown for the second time, provoking an outcry from members of industries deeply affected, mostly entertainment.
In fact, the songstress Kelly Khumalo had accused the minister of culture Mthethwa of not caring about the industry, suggesting as a way of relieving artistes’ suffering that they all move in with the minister.
Well, Nadia Nakai revealed her dreams of going to Kenya – and any other country where there is no COVID-19-spawned restriction – in a tweet yesterday 10 February. She thought her fans could be of help in her quest to leave. As far as she is concerned, the restrictions in South Africa suck.
Afrotainment boss DJ Tira thinks much the same, following a gig stint in Tanzania, which is not on lockdown.
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