Brickz speaks out against xenophobia
Johannesburg - Brickz has joined a very long list of celebs in condemning the recent spate of xenophobic attacks in South Africa.
The Kwaito star spoke out about how xenophobia affects us in an interview with slikouronlife.co.za, where he pointed out that it has a negative effect on everyone, including our mothers and fathers.
He also suggests that we remember Ubuntu and the freedom that Nelson Mandela fought for. Furthermore, he urges the perpetrators of the violence to calm down and believe that things (mostly, poverty) will get better for everyone.
Speaking of xenophobia, Sunday Sun reported that Brickz's failure to perform in the UK had nothing to do with xenophobia, following rumours that he had been threatened by African UK residents who wanted to revenge the xenophobic outbreaks in South Africa.
It turns out the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) stopped him from flying out to London because of his pending rape case.