Durban music boss Dj Tira has been hailed by a fan for his stance alongside other artists for protesting on the N3 highway yesterday, Wednesday, 2 September.
"DJ Tira and his artists are not staying in bed and tweet, they closed down N3 to Durban.
But you'll be tweeting GBV, Unemployment, corruption whilst you in bed and expect change, " expressed Kamo Marven on a tweet.
The KwaZulu-Natal artists comprising deejays and singers brought traffic to a halt yesterday between Durban and Pietermaritzburg to protests against the closure of their industry that brings to the table.
A mobile stage was set up where performances took place in support of the protest action. However, it was not long until the artists were shot at with rubber bullets and stunt grenades and some eventually arrested for this act.
Arrested artists each received R1000 bail.
Do you praise Dj Tira and other artists for staging the Vula President protest in thee middle of the freeway. Share your thoughts on the comments section below.
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