SA artist Focalistic condemns Xenophobic attacks

Top South African artist FOCALISTIC has spoken out against XENOPHOBIA. “Stop Xenophobia, we are one”.

By Plot Mhako

He is currently in Harare, Zimbabwe for the Dope Party Concert set for tonight and tomorrow he will be in Bulawayo for the second leg of the event.

Focalistic an Amapiano artist whose real name is Lethabo Sebetso is a South African artist who is one of the most sought after entertainers from the continent right now.

He is one of the most prominent artists to condemn the violence towards immigrants in his country following a fresh wave that saw Elvis Nyathi 44 year old a Zimbabwean getting killed and burnt in broad day light by a mob in Diepsloot, Johannesburg.

“Stop Xenophobia, i always say that. As you can see iam in Zimbabwe because we support each other. Us as brothers killing each other can never make sense. We are more powerful as one”

“Arguably one of the top breakout African stars of the past two years, with a string of hits that have gone multiplatinum, epic collaborations with music industry heavyweights such as Davido and Cassper Nyovest” GQ Magazine

On Wednesday the 6th of April 2022 news viral after a fresh wave of Xenophobic attacks reared an ugly head in South Africa. Elvis Nyathi became the victim of a gruesome killing in Diepsloot suburb after allegedly failing to produce a valid residence permit.

The Diepsloot community amongst others have been gripped by a wide range of crimes and violence which the natives allege are being caused by immigrants mainly from the neighbouring Zimbabwe.

There is a lot of debate online and growing condemnation over the attacks.


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