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Planned March: Black Coffee Addresses Claims of Hypocrisy

Notable South African disc jockey and producer Black Coffee is currently in the vanguard of justice for women facing abuse in their relationships.

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In case you are not aware, South Africa has a high rate of women abuse. The DJ has noticed the trend and he is determined it should stop. To bring the issue of women abuse to the consciousness of many across South Africa and perhaps address the issue, Black Coffee announced a men’s march.

The March is scheduled to take at 9am from Commissioner Street. The marchers will be all masked and dressed in black. The black attire symbolizes their grief at the abuses women are facing.

However, many have criticized Black Coffee over the planned march. Some questioned his sincerity, alleging a friend’s wife had informed him about the abuse she was facing in her relationship but he did nothing.

A twitter use even accused the international DJ of emotionally abusing his wife.

Black Coffee, who recently called off his beef with Prince Kaybee, is unimpressed with the reception he’s recived over the planned march.

“Damned if you do, damned if you don’t,” he tweeted, leaving no one in doubt he is frustrated with what is going on.

Well, what do you think of the planned march and people’s reaction to it? Drop your thoughts in the comment section below.

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