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ANC vs. EFF: Which political party has the hottest celebs behind them?

It's metropolitan political decision time in South Africa and what better way for political pioneers to urge South Africans to decide in favor of their party, than by uniting Mzansi's most sizzling celebs to energize for them. The ANC and the EFF got together a couple celebs to acquire more citizens, however ought to these celebs be publically supporting ideological groups? 

EFF SUPPORTERS GET DOWN TO AMAPIANO 

Toward the beginning of October, the EFF drove by Julius Malema, assembled Ntando Duma, Uncle Vinny and Skeem Saam entertainers Cornet Mamabolo and Clement Maosa for their meetings across Mpumalanga. YouTuber Lasizwe Dambuza go to the EFF rally in Leslie. 

These celebs put on their best dark and red stuff for EFF revitalizes and got down to some amapiano with EFF allies. As the civil races moves nearer, Clement Moasa reminded EFF allies to cast a ballot. 

ANC BRINGS OUT THE BIG GUNS 

The ANC is drawing out Mzansi's top celebs as well! Amapiano craftsmen Lady Du, Young Stunna, songstress Makhadzi, Ciza and DJs Shimza and Thuli Phongolo are good to go to perform at the ANC's Siyanqoba Rally in Katlehong on Friday 29 October. 

Woman Du communicated her fervor for the meeting by sharing the post on her Instagram yet sadly for her, fans were unmoved by her choice to help the decision party. 

One fan stated: "Fail to remember it! Not even the remotest chance!" 

One more stated: "Ought to have quite recently gone there peacefully, these political projects are debasing some of you all. However at that point what would we be able to say, when cash talks we'll need to stay silent." 

SHOULD CELEBS PUBLICALLY SUPPORT POLITICAL PARTIES? 

A significant number of Mzansi's celebs have publically upheld different ideological groups before, however it may not generally be something beneficial for their image. 

Addressing City Press in 2016, publicizing nonconformist Sylvester Chauke referenced that brands ought to be unbiased with regards to religion and governmental issues, and this incorporates big names. 

"Pronouncing publically which political brand you have a place, with as a big name can be harming on the grounds that you have chosen a brand to advance." 

"Underwriting an ideological group might think twice about VIP, since individuals know that well known people can't embrace an ideological group for entertainment only; toward the day's end they are redressed," Chauke added.

Source: The South African

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