One of SA’s biggest music exports, Black Coffee, manages to raise about $4,697 (R89,283.64) for the Covid-19 fund established to fight coronavirus outbreak through his Live stream performance.
Born Nkosinathi Maphumulo, Black Coffee on 4th, April streamed his performance live from 9pm to raise funds for the Solidarity Fund and about 192 people have heeded his call and donated.
The award-winning DJ stated in his Facebook page that his goal was to raise about $50,000. According to his statement on social media, Black Coffee has committed himself to a residency of livestream sessions to help fundraise and build awareness around Covid-19. He further shared a link for people to donate what they can afford.
Black coffee took to his twitter page to show appreciation, He wrote:
Blown away by all of the love & generosity following yesterday’s stream. For Home Brewed 001, we raised over 76,000 ZAR towards @SolidarityRSA Thank YOU! I’ll be streaming again next Sat. to continue raising money for the cause.
Blown away by all of the love & generosity following yesterday’s stream. For Home Brewed 001, we raised over 76,000 ZAR towards @SolidarityRSA 🙏🏿❤️ Thank YOU! I’ll be streaming again next Sat. to continue raising money for the cause. Donations still open: https://t.co/Fnchn1JDgz pic.twitter.com/oBaizoyyiY
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) April 5, 2020
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