South Africans are heading to the polls on the 1st of November to vote for their preferred parties for the Local Government Elections.
Parties have been coming with better ways to win the heart of the voters, and the ANC seems to have tried their luck by associating themselves with Makhadzi.
However, one user slammed her for promoting the ANC.
“Cyril Ramaphosa is destroying Makhadzi's brand by involving her in Politics. The ANC criminals will do anything to convince people to vote for them. They don't care about anyone, they just want votes,” wrote Mr Handsome.
Although she might support the ANC, she has a right to promote it, as long as it is a paying gig.
“Mr handsome it's only business just like other artist who where invited there, no one will refuse the first citizen invite even yourself you wouldn't refuse, especially when you are paid the moola ching ching,” a user explained.
Ntando Duma and Uncle Vinny were invited at the EFF's campaign, the perfomed wearing the party colours but they were no slammed.
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