Black Coffe defends Tel Aviv Show

Nosinathi Maphumulo known as Black Coffee, is a well-known DJ born in Umlazi, Kwazulu Natal. He felt the burn from critics including social media users and political parties such as ANC after his performance in Israel Tel Aviv Show.

They call his performance a sell-out Easter concert.

EFF’s Floyd Shivambu- “South Africa’s isolation and the academic and cultural boycott are part of the reasons apartheid capitulated to the call for freedom. It is morally and politically insensitive for DJ Black coffee to just go partying in apartheid Israel, whilst it kills and oppresses innocent people.”

Black Coffee defended himself, “like everyone else I have rights and free will. Black coffee is not a political party; I work as an entertainer to feed my family. To sum it up, I will take a bullet for my family.”  

African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) shielded the DJ. The party said he did not betrayed anybody by performing in Israel and that it was his right as a musician to perform anywhere he wanted to. ACDP leader reverend Kenneth Meshoe told IOL.

Black coffee has won a number of Sama awards, Metro FM awards and BET awards.

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