It has been said that people should get the flowers while they can still smell them. In other words, people’s merit and contributions to society and to the lives of others should be acknowledged while they are still alive and not after they are cold and dead.
Yung Swiss illuminated this reality recently while responding to a tweet from a fan who pointed out how his songs used to be played as part of the soaraway soapie “Rhythm City,” especially after the actor David Genaro had done something memorable.
sharing the tweet Young Swiss pointed out that he was happy that he acknowledged the actor’s gift while still alive. He then referenced the recent death of local singer Zahara, and how she didn’t get her flowers until her death on December 11.
The “Loliwe” hitmaker reportedly died from liver complications not long after she was rushed to the hospital.
Anyway, Yung Swiss’s thoughts resonated with many South Africans, who shared what he said, as well as motivated others to start to do the right things when they truly count. You can check out the post below.
By the way, Yung Swiss appeared to have laid low for much of this year.