Cancel culture falters in the shadows of SA's pop culture brutes

Thango Ntwasa Lifestyle Digital Editor

Pop culture exists everywhere. We now live in an age where we consume it in our offices, while commuting in a taxi and even while we mind our business in the toilet.

From the palms of our hands to the pumping beats on our headphones, we live in an age of constant media consumption and an endless list of niche and mainstream public figures. Anyone can become famous with just one click...

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