Monday, 4 May 2015

Rapper Cassper Nyovest donates R100,000 to victims of xenophobia

Cassper Nyovest donates a cheque for R100 000 to victims of xenophobia.
Image by: Cassper/Instagram

Cassper Nyovest, real name Refiloe Phoolo met with the Zimbabwean ambassador to hand over a cheque for R100,000 from his entertainment company, Family Tree Media.
Phoolo took to social media to inform of his good deeds.
"Did my part in helping the world today. I donated R100,000 through my company @familytreemediaza to rebuilding post xenophobia. We starting up sustainable businesses for victims which will not only help them rebuild but also create opportunities for them to help others.

"I don't have all the solutions but I'm sure we can make things better by working together," said Phoolo.
Phoolo performed in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on 25 April. His concert was marred by threats of violence after a social media post warning him not to perform went viral. Phoolo insisted he would, promising to donate the proceeds of his concert to the xenophobia cause.

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