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Celebrities react to xenophobic attack especially on Nigerians in South Africa

Here are the reactions of some of your favourite celebrities on the xenophobic attacks melted upon Nigerians in South Africa.
The tension between Nigeria and South Africa’s relationship over the last couple of years because of xenophobic attacks has yet again come up and this time it feels like it is only getting worse.
A few days ago, Nigerians in South Africa raised an alarm over the xenophobic attack been melted upon them by South Africans. Businesses owned by foreign nationals got burnt and some lives were also lost during the gruesome acts.
The videos from the xenophobic attack which have since gone viral have sparked off a lot of outrage from Nigerians home and abroad. Some celebrities in Nigeria have also submitted their displeasure over the horrible actions by the South Africans. 
1. Toke Makinwa
Toke Makinwa took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, where she expressed her shock over the xenophobic attack in South Africa.  [Instagram/TokeMakinwa]Toke Makinwa took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, where she expressed her shock over the xenophobic attack in South Africa. [Instagram/TokeMakinwa]
Toke Makinwa took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, where she expressed her shock over the xenophobic attack in South Africa. She went to say that she couldn’t come to terms to watch the gruesome videos of the attacks by South Africans. She appealed to them to do the right thing.
We are all Africans, this is such a huge blow, it’s like we take 10 steps forward and 50 back. We have come so far from the dark ages yet we kill each other, just hearing about the Xenophobic attack in South Africa and my heart is broken, I cannot even begin to watch the gruesome videos, why? Why so much hate in the world? Why do we compete so much it becomes less healthy and more evil, what exactly is the point to all the killing? I love the people of South Africa, I know so many hardworking South Africans and you all have shown me love and so I implore you all to stand up for what is right. We all cannot continue in silence, if hate lingers nobody wins. Our doors have been nothing but welcoming to you all, we have so many South Africans living and working here, we make music together, promote our fashion to the rest of the world explore both cultures. Now let’s come together to fight this evil in our midst. We are all Africans, a win for us is for us to the world. United. This is so sad, so disturbing, so painful. One Love
“We are all Africans, this is such a huge blow, it’s like we take 10 steps forward and 50 back. We have come so far from the dark ages yet we kill each other, just hearing about the Xenophobic attack in South Africa and my heart is broken, I cannot even begin to watch the gruesome videos, why? Why so much hate in the world? Why do we compete so much it becomes less healthy and eviler, what exactly is the point to all the killing? I love the people of South Africa, I know so many hardworking South Africans and you all have shown me love and so I implore you all to stand up for what is right. 
Toke Makinwa took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, where she expressed her shock over the xenophobic attack in South Africa.  [Instagram/TokeMakinwa]Toke Makinwa took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, where she expressed her shock over the xenophobic attack in South Africa. [Instagram/TokeMakinwa]
“We all cannot continue in silence if hate lingers nobody wins. Our doors have been nothing but welcoming to you all, we have so many South Africans living and working here, we make music together, promote our fashion to the rest of the world explore both cultures. Now let’s come together to fight this evil in our midst. We are all Africans, a win for us is for us to the world. United. This is so sad, so disturbing, so painful. One Love,” she said.
2. Iyabo Ojo
The popular actress also shared one of the alleged videos of the gruesome attacks on Nigerians by South Africans and called on the government of the country to take quick action on the sad turn of events in that country.[Instagram/IyaboOjo]The popular actress also shared one of the alleged videos of the gruesome attacks on Nigerians by South Africans and called on the government of the country to take quick action on the sad turn of events in that country.[Instagram/IyaboOjo]
The popular actress also shared one of the alleged videos of the gruesome attacks on Nigerians by South Africans and called on the government of the country to take quick action on the sad turn of events in that country.
Abeg what is our government doing about the recent killings of Nigerians in South Africa???? why now!! Africans killing each other 🥵🥵this is very sad😞😞 just saw the video of how they burnt a Nigerian alive 😡😡 couldn’t post the video 🥺🥺 @muhammadubuhari @profosinbajo
#GeoffreyOnyeama Pls do something fast🙏🙏 #xenophobicattacks
#stopxenophobia
#saynotoxenophobia
“Abeg what is our government doing about the recent killings of Nigerians in South Africa???? why now!! Africans killing each other 🥵🥵this is very sad😞😞 just saw the video of how they burnt a Nigerian alive 😡😡 couldn’t post the video 🥺🥺 @muhammadubuhari @profosinbajo #GeoffreyOnyeama Pls do something fast🙏🙏 #xenophobicattacks #stopxenophobia #saynotoxenophobia
3. Do2dun
The On-Air personality didn't even hide words as he dragged South Africans over their actions. [Instagram/Do2dtun]The On-Air personality didn’t even hide words as he dragged South Africans over their actions. [Instagram/Do2dtun]
The On-Air personality didn’t even hide words as he dragged South Africans over their actions. He slammed the South Africans for he called mental slavery which he felt was the reason behind the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians.
#FactsOnly This is how a typical “Myopic South African” thinks.. do we all believe @tayofaniran now… They are still at war with their souls.. Unforgiven and they never see the good in others. My heart goes out to Nigerians there.. 💔
“#FactsOnly This is how a typical “Myopic South African,” thinks.. do we all believe @tayofaniran now… They are still at war with their souls… Unforgiven and they never see the good in others. My heart goes out to Nigerians there… 💔,” he wrote.
4. Peter Okoye
Peter Okoye while sharing his thoughts lamented about the way Africans are treating Africans instead of standing as one.  [Instagram/PeterPsquare]Peter Okoye while sharing his thoughts lamented about the way Africans are treating Africans instead of standing as one. [Instagram/PeterPsquare]
Peter Okoye while sharing his thoughts lamented about the way Africans are treating Africans instead of standing as one. He went to announce that he would be postponing the release date for his next song because of the recent developments in South Africa.
(Corrected)“xeNOphobia”!!! My heart aches hearing stories of the xenophobic attacks in South Africa. We Africans should be finding ways to progress together as Africans to make the world a better place for us and the generations after.
Family and community are at the core of any African culture so it breaks my heart that we will be violent against each other for no reason.
Owing to the present situation and out of respect to the victims, as we find ways to put an end to this, I’ve decided to move the release date of my next single, Karma to a much later date.
We all need to do better towards each other. #peace #oneafrica #love #saynotoxenophobia
“(Corrected)“xeNOphobia”!!! My heart aches hearing stories of the xenophobic attacks in South Africa. We Africans should be finding ways to progress together as Africans to make the world a better place for us and the generations after. Family and community are at the core of any African culture so it breaks my heart that we will be violent against each other for no reason. 
Peter Okoye while sharing his thoughts lamented about the way Africans are treating Africans instead of standing as one. Peter Okoye while sharing his thoughts lamented about the way Africans are treating Africans instead of standing as one.
“Owing to the present situation and out of respect to the victims, as we find ways to put an end to this, I’ve decided to move the release date of my next single, Karma to a much later date. We all need to do better towards each other. #peace #oneafrica #love,#saynotoxenophobia” he wrote.
5. Uche Jombo
The Nollywood movie star expressed her regret for opening some of the viral videos of the attacks melted upon Nigerians in South Africa. [Instagram/UcheJombo]The Nollywood movie star expressed her regret for opening some of the viral videos of the attacks melted upon Nigerians in South Africa. [Instagram/UcheJombo]
The Nollywood movie star expressed her regret for opening some of the viral videos of the attacks melted upon Nigerians in South Africa. She wondered why Africans would think other Africans are their problem.
Just here thinking and regretting opening the #Xenophobia trend tag. My heart is troubled by images and videos.
Imagine believing another African brother or sister is your problem.
“Just here thinking and regretting opening the #Xenophobia trend tag. My heart is troubled by images and videos. Imagine believing another African brother or sister is your problem,” she wrote.
6. Alibaba
Alibaba is who known to be quite vocal about social and political issues also learned his voice over the xenophobic attack in South AfricaAlibaba is who known to be quite vocal about social and political issues also learned his voice over the xenophobic attack in South Africa
Alibaba is who known to be quite vocal about social and political issues also learned his voice over the xenophobic attack in South Africa. He slammed the president of the country over his inaction on the attack of Nigerians by South Africans.
Most times, some people just read the news hear the news, and do not know the undercurrents of the news. Many do not know the interconnections of the nexus of any news they hear.
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Shebi they say I’m a comedian… Ok. Let our president pull some strings, that South African President, who has not been able to stop the #xenophobic craze, will be made by those who own the big South African businesses in Nigeria, to come down, in less than 2 weeks.
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But when we have a President that can not take decisive action when people are being killed like flies in his country, what will he say when it happens outside Nigeria?
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Shioooooooor
“Most times, some people just read the news hear the news and do not know the undercurrents of the news. Many do not know the interconnections of the nexus of any news they hear. Shebi they say I’m a comedian… Ok. Let our president pull some strings, that South African President, who has not been able to stop the #xenophobic craze, will be made by those who own the big South African businesses in Nigeria, to come down, in less than 2 weeks. But when we have a President that can not take decisive action when people are being killed like flies in his country, what will he say when it happens outside Nigeria Shioooooooor,” he wrote.
7. Mr Eazi 
Mr Eazi took to his Twitter page on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, where he shared a series of tweets on the xenophobic attacks.[Instagram/MrEazi]Mr Eazi took to his Twitter page on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, where he shared a series of tweets on the xenophobic attacks.[Instagram/MrEazi]
Mr Eazi took to his Twitter page on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, where he shared a series of tweets on the xenophobic attacks. He appealed to the South Africans to stop killing their brothers.

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