Several Zimbabweans say they are planning to boycott shows by top South African artists until the country’s xenophobic attacks ends. To name a few, the artists that are on the line are Durban group Big Nuz and rapper Cassper Nyovest.
Big Nuz is set to perform at the Bulawayo Amphitheatre on April 17. A week after, Cassper Nyovest will perform at Hartsfield Rugby Ground.
On Tuesday, a number of Zimbabweans took to social media calling for a boycott of South African artists in protest against attacks on foreigners in the neighbouring country.
Sandra Ndebele , a songstress from Bulawayo supports the campaign. She took to twitter saying:
“We cannot party and dance to these South African Artists that are coming(Big Nuzz, Diliza, Nyovest) when South Africans are killing our brothers…….WE ARE NOT GOING TO ATTEND THEIR SHOWS…..#StopXenophobia#SpeakOutAgainstXenophobia. pass it on and on , Club Djs Association of Zimbabwe.”
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