Talented music producer Lynol Siwela, widely known as Mr Brown and associated with South African sensation Makhadzi, finds himself at the center of a deportation drama.
Reports have emerged stating that Mr Brown has been compelled to leave South Africa and return to his native Zimbabwe due to an alleged failure to renew his work permit. The news has sparked a wave of support from South Africans who empathize with Mr Brown’s plight.
Confirming the situation, Mr Brown admitted to exceeding his authorized stay in South Africa by a month. He disclosed that he had relied on his former label, Open Mic, to assist him in resolving the matter. While some individuals might view this as a significant issue, Mr Brown remains optimistic, stressing that the overstay was unintentional and that he had been staying in South Africa legally with a wife and a child on the way.
Makhadazi’s Producer Sent Packing: Mr Brown Forced to Return to Zimbabwe Over Visa Woes
Expressing his frustration and disappointment with the public attention on his personal life, Mr Brown took to his Facebook page to address the situation. He urged people to shift their focus towards helping those in need and making a positive impact.
“It’s disheartening to see people focus on my life when there are others out there struggling to even put food on the table. Let’s shift our attention towards helping those in need and making a positive impact in their lives.”
His heartfelt plea struck a chord with South Africans who have rallied behind him, offering words of support, encouragement, and urging him to ignore the negativity.
United in Support: South Africans Rally Behind Mr Brown in Deportation Crisis
The outpouring of support for Mr Brown showcases the unity and resilience of South Africans. Fans of Mr Brown and Makhadzi, as well as music enthusiasts across the country, have come together to stand by the music producer during this challenging time. Many fans have advised Mr Brown to ignore the negativity and to concentrate on building his legacy.
South Africans have taken to social media platforms to express their love and admiration for Mr Brown’s work. They acknowledge the positive impact his music has had on their lives and encourage him to stay focused on his career despite the deportation setback. Numerous messages of support and well-wishes have flooded Mr Brown’s social media accounts, creating a sense of solidarity and unity.
Check out some of the reactions;
@Ntseiseni Mukololo Massy
My advice to you is that, please ignore each and every negativity and focus on building your legacy. It’s people’s nature to talk, so let them talk. I love you brother.
@Agape King J;
Our brown bread your song is our daily bread south Africa Love you your blessing to us????
All shall be well Mr Brown. In due time. Forget about the haters. They are miserable hiding behind keyboard
When your shining the most it’s when the clouds try to hide your shine ????, keep on buddy focus on your art????????????????????