#VulaPresident: Cassper Nyovest gives his own view

Cassper NyovestMany South African celebrities came call at the first hours of today to protest.

The artists have blocked off the N3 Highway near the interchange in Durban, demanding that lockdown regulations around concerts be amended.

Using the hashtag, #VulaPresident, they need a minimum of 70 percent capacity at live gigs.

However, many of the celebrities took to the road and social media to let their voice heard.

One of those is Cassper Nyovest, who took to his Twitter to share a bit on this issue.

According to him, the show business doesn't only feed artists as those that work for them like cleaners, security guards, PR, caterers, among others are really affected.

Cassper said their source of livelihood has been placed on hold since their employer isn't getting anything yet.

He further stated that they ought to believe people like that and check out to form amends.

Cassper said: “The show business doesn’t feed artists only. There are cleaners, security guards, caterers, sound technicians, Pr, engineers, tent owners, barricade fence owners, light technicians that have lost their livelihoods since March. believe them if not us.”

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