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Singer, the Dojo Cat responds to accusations of racism

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Singer, the Dojo Cat responds to accusations of racism

25 may-2020 09:10
25-05-20 09:10
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Singer, the Dojo Cat, you have to respond to some of the stories that are on social media doing the rounds. The singer, who is with the Say-So of a hit single, according to Twitter users making racist public statements. Via Instagram, she shows of Monday to know that this is not the case.

On Twitter and shared the various people’s stories about the Dojo Cat, who is actually a Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini be called. For example, the singer in the chat rooms, make racist statements, and she wrote the song Dindu Nuffin that they are the victims of police violence look bad.

The singer boasts on Instagram of her making excuses for the Dindu Nuffin, but denies ever making racist statements in chat rooms. Dojo Cat, it says the number is to be written based on her own experiences, and there is no one to want to be offended by.