Holy Ten’s Johannesburg Show Cut Short by Authorities

Holy Ten’s Johannesburg Show Cut Short by Authorities

Zimbabwean hip hop artist Holy Ten’s highly anticipated performance in Johannesburg, South Africa, took a dramatic turn when law enforcement abruptly shut down the show just before he was set to perform.

The unexpected intervention by the South African Police Service at the Newtown Music Factory around 3 am caused chaos. Frustrated fans, anticipating Holy Ten’s appearance alongside Master H and Voltz JT, reacted angrily by throwing bottles onto the stage.

Videos of the incident quickly circulated on social media, sparking mixed reactions. While some found humor in the situation, others criticized Holy Ten for past controversies, suggesting the disruption was justified. Calls for an apology over his previous comments about Winky D were also prevalent online.

This incident adds to a string of challenges Holy Ten has faced with live performances. A recent assault during a show in Zvishavane further complicates his efforts to maintain a positive connection with his audience.

Makhosini Mpofu

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