- South Africa and Emmy-nominated actress Tasso Mbedu.
- Who is making waves in Hollywood is still looking for time to voice the unrest in various parts of the country.
The subway star took to Twitter to express his thoughts on the current volatile situation in his home country. After the arrest of previous President Jacob Zuma, demonstrators against Zuma were forced to paralyze the country. They burned roads and vehicles and looted shops, large and small.
They also damaged power and water lines in some areas. Commenting on the protests, Mbedu wrote: “The government has been narrow-minded for years to steal them from the people. As violence and looting continue to spread in KZN and Gauteng while calling for the release of former President Jacob Zuma.” Our keyboard warriors react myopic to what appears to be inevitable.
“Hungry people look petty when they are robbed and burned. That would be bad,” said the actress. He continued his topic: “The effects of the throbbing are terrible. There is some severe warranty damage. People are tweeting and protecting themselves from the comfort of their own homes. Others speak from experience.
“Remember, your experience doesn’t cancel out the next person’s reality. Practice a little empathy,” he said. Soso’s fans joined in, saying that things were terrible and that they should be given attention. “So we have to do something.” absolutely bullshit… Call it what it is… it’s barbaric; even animals don’t behave the way we do now,” said Somizi. And there’s no quick fix for that… Terrible stuff on many levels that need to be addressed.
“As you said, one of the most important things we need is empathy. Especially from people who say or want to fix what happened,” said @yazzthestudent. While @katTshabalala1 said, “I don’t think this will end anytime soon,” Tasso said what scared him the most.