Limpopo artiste Nomcebo has been called out over her packed performance during which the audience failed to practise social distancing.
South Africa recently moved to level one of lockdown, which means more freedom, unlike level two. But social distancing measures are still in force and South Africans are advised to stick to them.
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Nomcebo had shared a clip of her performance in Limpopo, but some social media users who saw the clip were unimpressed and wondered out loud why the “Jerusalema” singer did not adhere to social distancing rules. The video has since been taken down.
By the way, “Jerusalema,” Nomcebo’s collaborative work with Master KG is set to be made into a dance film on Heritage Day, tomorrow 24 September 2020. The song currently has a massive global following and has been streamed over 100 million times on YouTube – a record for a South Africa.
Nomcebo recently released an album titled “Xola Moya Wam,” the eponymous track of which has attained gold status – a first for the songstress on a song all her own. It was the same song she performed at the crowded venue that earned her a public call-out, incidentally.
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