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Proverb Shows Support against gender-based violence on #IdolsSA

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In light of recent incidences that shook the nation, celebrities used their voices and platforms to raise awareness. One of Mzansi’s sought-after rapper ProVerb used his artistry to show his support for “No Violence Against Women and Children.

The well-respected rapper collaborated with the Idols Top17 and together their opening performance made a bold statement to South Africans to stop the abuse of women and children.

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Their rendition to Aretha Franklin’s ‘R.E.S.P.E.C.T’ speaks to everybody to respect the next person’s basic rights and human dignity. Labelled as the Godfather of South African Hip-Hop, his performance proved it for many people (not that he needed to) and had a positive response from fans and Idols supporters alike. Respect to you Proverb for using your platform to condemn this epidemic!

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