Sjava Exposes A Tweep

He set the record straight

By  | Jul 22, 2021, 05:44 PM  | Sjava  | Top of The

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Several videos of Award-winning singer Sjava singing for kids have been making rounds on social media this week. The videos have also been followed by numerous speculations.

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Today Sjava rubbished a fabricated story made by a tweep after Sfiso tweeted that the Umama hitmaker was singing for the kids after they helped him clean the mess in his hometown left by the looters.

Sfiso tweeted: “#KingSjava Crown on some "Vumelani abantwana beze kimi" (allow children to come to me) type of thing. He did this as a token of appreciation after the kids had helped clean up the mess left by looters in his hometown”

Clarify this, Sjava said the story is not true, he said he was just chilling at a car wash when a group of people came and asked him to sing for them.

“That’s not true Nkabi yami I was at a friend's car wash in blabhoshi Newcastle and people came bacela ngibaculele this is not my home town,” responded Sjava.

Fans took to the comments section to react, here are few responses.
Meanwhile, several celebrities took to their social media platforms the past few days sharing that they have also joined community members to clean up malls and shopping centers following the lootings that took place in the country recently.

Here are some of Mzansi's popular celebrities who took time out of their busy schedules and lended a helping hand.

Prince Kaybee
The award-winning DJ Prince Kaybee together with MEC for Sport, Arts, Culture, and Recreation in Gauteng Mbali Hlophe and the community of Daveyton came together and cleaned Mayfield Square and Daveyton Mall.

Sharing few snaps on social media, Prince Kaybee wrote: "It was an honor to serve with you @MbaliHlopheSA. To the community of Daveyton, we together managed to clean Mayfield Square and Daveyton Mall, I’m inspired by"
“Nobody is coming to save us…Be the change you want to see”
Moshe Ndiki
“Doing my bit, now off to Alex! Kancinci kancinci kuzlunga”
“#Operation Rebuild our community As the community of Kathorus we have decided to come together to say #NO TO LOOTING, #CLEAN UP OUR MALLS # PROTECT OUR INFRASTRUCTURE FROM THUGGERY. We would like to THANK the following organizations for showing that if we stand together as a community we can get our country back. @cityofekurhuleni, The youth of Ekurhuleni, Business Forums across Ekurhuleni, Taxi Associations and the Moms and Dads of Kathorus.”
Arthur Mafokate
“ This morning with @tknciza_sa at the CLEANUP CAMPAIGN in Ekurhuleni, @OwamiMafokate’s other hometown, thanks to the community for bracing the cold weather to honor this call… As @princekaybee_sa reprimanded me for donning a Kaizer Chiefs jersey I showed him the color of his shoes and gloves 🙈, Well done to the Daveyton community for coming out in big numbers for the CLEANUP CAMPAIGN, we appreciate all efforts 🙏🏾”

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