Mzansi Laments Big Zulu and Bujy Bikwa Unworthiness to Join MTV’s GBV Doccie Series
- Two famous South African media personalities, Big Zulu and Bujy Bikwa have been featured in MTV’s Shuga “What Makes a Man” which tackles Gender Based Violence in the Society.
- South Africans condemn MTV for featuring two alleged abuse perpetrators and demand their immediate removal.
- The film’s executive producer, Ayanda Makayi offers reason for Big Zulu and Bujy Bikwa Inclusion.
South Africans taking to online expresses their displeasure towards MTV for featuring Big Zulu and Bujy Bikwa in the new doccie series on Gender Based Violence (GBV).
The South African rapper Siyabonga Nene popularly known as Big Zulu and radio personality Bujy Bikwa are being dragged for their alleged perpetration of gender based violence and their immediate removal is being demanded by Mzansi netizens as they are considered for unworthy for the show.
In a night club altercation in 2021, Bujy allegedly assaulted a businesswoman named Boity Thulo resulting to body on her face and body while Zulu was arrested and spent a night in jail for assaulting his baby mama in 2018.
LOL the Bujy that assaulted Boity? Big Zulu was also outed for assault ai this country is such a joke. https://t.co/Sa3Ni6SWuK
— Tiise ✨ (@Tee_McChelsea) February 22, 2022
So let me get this straight. Bujy and Big Zulu, perpetrators of GBV, are being casted in a doccie-series about GBV? We're truly never making it out the hood. https://t.co/BbsGPZwXH8
— fat ass kelly price (@parttimehoe__) February 22, 2022
However, the Executive producer Ayanda Makayi argues their is a valid reason for their featuring in the documentary according to Sunday Times were he says:-
“The fact that they are alleged perpetrators just simply took our conversation deeper. It made our conversation richer. It meant that we are now bringing people into the room that will have a bigger impact in contributing towards change…What Makes A Man won’t end the epidemic of GBV but we’re hoping this is the start of a long road ahead of uncomfortable questions and conversations.”