Mr Eazi, Psquare, others react to xenophobic attack on Nigerians in South Africa

Nigerian celebrities following the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa have joined in condemning the attacks being visited on their countrymen.

Reports of attacks by some South Africans on other nationals began a few days ago with businesses owned by foreigners being destroyed while videos of people being burnt alive flooded social media.

Nigerian entertainment industry players such as Mr Eazi, Banky W, Peter Okoye of Psquare fame and others have all through their social media handles expressed their displeasure against the gruesome acts.

Below are some tweets from Nigerian celebrities:

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(Corrected)“xeNOphobia”!!! My heart aches hearing stories of the xenophobic attacks in South Africa. We Africans should be finding ways to progress together as Africans to make the world a better place for us and the generations after. Family and community are at the core of any African culture so it breaks my heart that we will be violent against each other for no reason. Owing to the present situation and out of respect to the victims, as we find ways to put an end to this, I’ve decided to move the release date of my next single, Karma to a much later date. We all need to do better towards each other. #peace #oneafrica #love #saynotoxenophobia

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