Ever since the news of the Covid-19 pandemic hit South Africa, DJ Black Coffee has been using his fame and his Home Brewed Live sessions to raise money to donate to various charities across Mzansi to help struggling families that have been hit hard by the pandemic.
The Dj has announced Home Brewed live sessions have raised over R350 000 for Covid-19 on Monday.
The hitmaker explained that he is gearing up for his ultimate lockdown party as he bids farewell to his “Home Brewed” streaming session on May 16 2020.
Taking to the social media streets the modern-day superhero said: A”six bountiful and rewarding episodes of #HomeBrewed, I will push towards my mission one last time, join me this Saturday for one last confinement dance!.”
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After six bountiful and rewarding episodes of #HomeBrewed, I will push towards my mission one last time…join me this Saturday for one last confinement dance! This week, I'm teaming up with @foodforwardsa who is assisting in keeping vulnerable communities around South Africa fed during these uncertain times. For just R0,85 you can help me in providing a meal for someone in need. I've been blown away by your generosity so far, let's keep it going! (Donate via link in bio) #WeAreOne
The legendary DJ encouraged his fans to never stop donating and explained how this time he’ll be partnering up with @foodforwardsa who is currently helping families have something to eat in these times of uncertainties.
“For just R0,85, you can help me in providing a meal for someone in need. I’ve been blown away by your generosity so far, let’s keep it going (Donate via link boo) #WeAreOne.”