These Nigerian Celebs Have Expressed Their Views On What Is Happening In South Africa

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Unless you were hiding under a rock you obviously know what is happening between South Africa and Nigeria now.  See Also: Social Media Users Condemn Xenophobic Attacks On Nigerians In South Africa

It’s safe to say all Africans are against the actions the South Africans did; looting and destroying the businesses of foreigners and going as far as hurting some of them.

Most of the Nigerian celebrities including their artises have spoken both against the actions of South Africans and the reactions of the people in Nigeria since most of them resorted to looting MTN and Shoprite and boycotting DSTV because they are owned by South Africa.

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Here are some of their posts on Social Media.

Falz was concerned about the looting of innocent people’s shops in Nigeria.
Davido was subtly blaming the Government and the state of the country
Mr Eazi mentioned the things which are our real enemies

AKA was trolling Nigerians and Davido said what we were all feeling…
Tiwa cancelled her performance which was to be held in Johannesburg

 

We must be our brother’s keeper… Yemi Alade
Yemi went ahead to make a song concerning the killings
Kate Henshaw tried to let Nigerians understand that, there is the need to change their attitudes…
Omotola went straight to attacking the Government in power
Funke was preaching that violence isn’t the answer
Mercy Johnson too was preaching the same thing
Don Jazzy is more concerned with fixing the country so that people won’t go looking for greener pastures
Toke Makinwa is advocating that violence will not stop violence
Do2dtun says this is how a typical South African thinks
Peter from P Square advises Africans to find ways to progress together

 

Uche Jumbo reposted what Trevor Noah posted and expressed how troubled she was

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Burna Boy advised his fellow Nigerians to protect themselves
Simi said it’s not safe anywhere for Nigerians
We are humans before anything else- Wizkid
South Africa is fighting the wrong enemy – Maleek Berry
W are hurting ourselves – YCee

Our hearts are with the families of all those who lost their lives because of this tragic happening.

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