As the saying goes – charity begins at home. South African rapper and record label owner Big Zulu has finally finished building his mother’s home.
The award-winning rapper shared before and after images of the newly-built house.
At the beginning of this year, Big Zulu vowed to build his grandmother a dignified home.
This week American singer, Chris Brown made headlines after sharing a video of a South African schoolgirl singing a rendition of Big Zulu's song titled Ubaba Ulala Nami in a classroom.
The track, speaking about women and child abuse featured in Big Zulu’s 2021 album.
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Chris Brown shared this video on his Instagram stories and said the schoolgirl was “incredible.”
Big Zulu asked South Africans to help him find and locate the schoolgirl so she can feature in the music video scheduled for later this year.
Big Zulu wrote on his timeline: “Chris Brown @chrisbrownofficial acknowledges a young South African singer for her outstanding voice which he posted on his instagram story, she sang a song by the popular South African musician and hitmaker Big Zulu.”
He explains that the record speaks of the big issue we face every time and that is women and child abuse.
“Big Zulu is asking South African’s to help find this amazing talent so she can feature on the singe’s music video which will be a dedication to women and children during the 16 Days of Activism for no Violence against Women and Children, which is held between the 25th of November to the 10th of December every year. Let’s continue our fight against this matter. The song titled “Ubaba Ulala Nam” is found on Big Zulu’s album Ichwane Lenyoka.'
Despite his efforts to do good, Big Zulu’s “good deeds” have not been welcome by everyone in the public.
Some people have gone as far as to claim that the rapper does all these things for clout so that he can look good in public.
Outspoken YouTuber Slik Talk has echoed the same sentiments in the past and found himself being called out by Zulu.
"So I woke up this morning to find that I am being threatened by Big Zulu talking about when he sees me he's gonna slap me.
“This is the same Big Zulu that I met at the Cassper Nyovest boxing match and this man was smelling like cow pee and now all of a sudden he is a tough guy?" Slik Talk said in a reaction video.
He added that he never was a fan of Big Zulu as a rapper and he thinks his music is garbage.
The only reason that I used to listen to your music is that I liked the fact that you are humble, you came in from KZN and you never changed you were yourself. All these tough guy talks that you doing now my n*gga I don't know you, You look unfamiliar."