Say no to xenophobia, Rayvanny pleads with Africa in an emotional song following attacks in South Africa

Tanzanian vocalist Rayvanny has ended his quietness on the rising spate of xenophobic assaults in South Africa.

He however did not rampage of social media to make his remarks known as have most African artists who have spoken up on the issue.

The ‘Konki’ hitmaker did what he specializes in, went into the recording stall and devoted another melody to Africa.

In the song, Rayvanny begs Africans to disregard the bad habit and embrace each other in solidarity.

The following is a portion of Rayvanny’s verses in the tune:

“See what’s going on…don’t be blind…

Open your eyes now and your mind…

We got the same colour…one kind…

Love is everything we all need to find…”

Watch the song below:

The attacks that have been claimed to mainly target Nigerian nationals living in South Africa, have reportedly affected two Kenyans.

A number of Nigerian artists includin Tiwa Savage and Burna Boy, have pledged to boycott any performances in South Africa.

President Muhammadu Buhari has additionally sent a unique agent to his South African partner Cyril Ramaphosa to guarantee the security of Nigerian natives living in South Africa.

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