Stop sending condolences on Facebook. Samthing Soweto gets condolences while he still alive

People on Facebook gave their condolences about Samthing Soweto and it was very not good because the musician is still in good shape making new music. Musa Khawula from Twitter made an update about him being in the studio the day before yesterday as he was writing new music with his pianist.

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But it was a surprise that Kamva Bathathu ll “Guys, if Samthing Soweto really passed away, Twitter would be flooded with RIP everywhere right now. All they are saying on Twitter is that they are looking forward to his concert later this year. So I don’t think it’s true.”


 

 

 

It is really not good to be sending condolences on social media about someone who is still living and making music. It would be incredible if those who sent condolences apologized and showed proper support to South African Akulaleki and Akanamali hit singer. Right now, people are hoping and positively waiting for his comeback with a hit song.

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It is very sensitive and some people on social media likes to create content that they believe will be trending on social media onwards from their content. Lifestyle is all about content, but it does not have to be about killing people who are still alive. The man has admitted to not being well and has changed his lifestyle for the better. Soon he will be able to talk about his struggle when he is ready.

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It shows how Twitter is very powerful and truthful when it comes to sensitive matters, even though they like trolling a lot. It happens every day, from the moment they are back on the app and typing something. You have to be exact with what you share in the world of Twitter, because they don’t let something that is wrong slide. Just like when they were not happy with minister Nathi Mthethwa’s 22 million flag.