South Africans were left in shock on Friday morning when a video of rapper Nomuzi Mabena – professionally known as Moozlie – went viral on social media.
In the short video, the star talks about her plans for her record label for 2019, while driving, when the sound of tyres screeching can be heard and viewers get a glimpse of a cracked windscreen before the video cuts out.
Our correspondent reached out to Nomuzi’s PR team to confirm whether or not the rapper had been injured, but they refused to comment at the time, saying that a statement would be released concerning the matter.
Another member of Nomuzi’s PR team, Kim Seneke, said that they have been unsuccessful in attempts to reach the star, saying: “At this stage, we’re still trying to find out information.” Seneke added that she had not heard from Nomuzi’s family either.
— Curate_Zed | Ricky (@Curate_Zed) January 11, 2019
Twitter users were quick to react to the clip, many not knowing what to make of it.
Good Morning. I got the Message. A great Campaign,well done to everyone involved,I want my sleep 😴 but I also had lots of laughs in our HipHopUnited WhatsApp group it was clear who’s part of it and who’s not #Nomuzi #Moozlie
— PennyLebyane💚Penny Lebyane (@PennyLebyane) January 11, 2019
If its a campaign, its one triggering and violent AF campaign. That kinda stuff should be banned. There are many ways of educating the nation. Some of us are left here shook and worried. #Nomuzi
— Siyamthanda (@SiyaNyulu) January 10, 2019
If people could only see themselves or a loved one in the place of another whos in pain then maybe we would see more sensitivity,more care, more love on social media. Some things I'm seeing…I just don't understand. #Nomuzi 🙏🏼
— Danny K (@dannykmusic) January 10, 2019