Ntsiki Mazwai releases healing song & finds comfort in Lulo Cafe's gesture

The poet releases a song dedicated to many rape victims in South Africa.

By  | Nov 18, 2017, 06:13 AM

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Ntsiki is not one to mince her words when it comes to the many social issues that affect South Africa, especially when it comes to rape.

The singer and activist recently released a song titled Done To Me. A song that not only addresses the problematic rape culture that is in the country but a song that will also offer healing for all victims of rape.

Ntsiki released the song this week which can be downloaded for free. Ntsiki has received tremendous support from many people who have thanked her for releasing the song and for becoming a voice for the voiceless in the country.

The poet who broke the silence and also came out about being raped by kwaito artist -  Brickz received as much support for breaking the silence and sharing her experience with many other women who have gone through the same ordeal.

Ntsiki this week went on to mention that when she broke the story, she appreciated the call she received form Lulo Cafe who showed his support by simply reaching out to her.

Many people who have listened to Ntsiki's song have asked for people to not only make the song about Ntsiki but to also spare a thought for all the women in the country who have experienced sexual assault.

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