DJ Fresh Reflects On How Tough 2020 Has Been

2020 was easily the toughest business year for many of us!!!

By  | Nov 30, 2020, 04:25 PM  | Drama

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It is no secret that this year has been a tough year for many people across the world due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Many have been forced to weather the storm despite all challenges they have encountered. It is often heart-warming to hear celebs also speaking about how they have been affected by the pandemic because, it gives many people hope that one day all will be good and they are not the only ones who have been hardest hit by the Covid-19 challenges.

In a post, DJ Fresh shared on his Instagram account, he reflected back on how this year has been tough for many people. The DJ posted a black and white picture he said 2020 was easily the toughest business year for many people including himself. He said the year has given him more clarity on all fronts.

He prayed that most people get a similar front as they go into 2020.

Another musician who recently opened up about the financial constraints of several artists experienced as events were closed is Vee Mampeezy.

The musician sympathized with the artists and said he has been paying for their rent and buying food for them. He went on to say that he was not writing his post to be controversial or political but, to speak about how artists have been depressed and pleaded with the Task Force Team to open up the industry so that artists can have more work because the industry is dying.

"Trying to ask for a job within this 9 months is not easy for there are no Jobs still, trying to divert in to new business in 9 months it's not easy because u need money to invest and also learn a new business."

"I'm writing this post not to fight or be political I'm writing this post because I have been helping other artists SECRETLY to pay their rent and buy food for 9 months, but starting this month I can't help anymore because of the business pressure, My CRY is who is going to help them now, Please Task Force TEAM bulela Bana babereke we don't need big Numbers just increase a little bit !! Artists are depressed, The industry is dying ..May GOD be with us," he wrote.

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