Police Shutdown Major Steez Studio Session And Faces Backlash From Mzansi
South African Police Services (SAPS) interrupted a studio session of a famous music duo, Major Steez. The police arrived while Major Steez was recording with Anele Zondo and other artists in an apartment at night. The public seems unimpressed by the move by the police and has accused them of focusing on minor issues.
Police shut down Major Steez’ studio session with other artists
The exact reason for the police’s intervention has not been confirmed, but it is speculated that the neighbours made a noise complaint because the apartment was not soundproof. It is being said that their session might have been making noise for the other neighbours.
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As a result, the police shut down the studio session. Some people support the actions of the police, while others criticise them.
Social media attacks the police for shutting down Major Steez studio session
Some people think that the police should focus on more serious issues, such as finding and arresting the perpetrators of rapper AKA’s murder, rather than harassing musicians. The South African Police Services did not provide a comment at the time of publishing.
Below are some of the comments over the video:
They still haven’t solved that AKA case but they’re busy with unnecessary thingsamasimba ezwe lawa
that “ iSimple” means gimmie something then will be out of here
wish they put in the same energy in GBV cases .
They do everything else except the job that’s required
There are people killing each other out there and they decided to go to the ones killing beats
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