Renowned Broadcaster and Reggae musician,  Blakk Rasta born Abubakar Ahmed has become a victim of recent Xenophobic attacks where nationals of the rainbow country are unleashing various forms of inhumane treatment including killing other Africans.

Ghana’s legendary Dub Poet visited South Africa for the first time to familiarise himself with the goings on in the country after a much -publicised xenophobic attacks only to become victim himself.

Revealing how it all happened, the radio show host wrote and shot a video for his poem, A LETTER TO SHABALALA in Johannesburg in 2017 which featured a popular South African actor/cultural dancer, Xolani Ntombela.

Barely two years after these unfortunate attacks, renewed xenophobic killings hit South Africa again claiming the several lives,  Blakk Rasta’s A LETTER TO SHABALALA poem gained a huge support and went viral all over Africa as Africans united against these cold-blooded murders in that country.

Several heads of governments of Africa spoke against it including South African president and, opposition leader, Julius Malema.

Few weeks after he attacks subsided, Ntobela who featured in the Blakk Rasta anti-xeno video is about losing his job with Lesidi Cultural Center in the Kwazulu Natale province of South Africa.

South African authorities are blaming the Zulu indigene for helping a foreigner malign Zulus and South Africa.

Blakk Rasta told, he was shocked that a professional could be victimized for playing a role in a creative piece. “How can an actor be punished for playing a thief role in a movie? Does that movie role make him a real thief? A movie role does not necessarily translate into real life situation. A drunk in a movie does not have to be a drunk in real life. I am overly disappointed”

Lesedi Cultural village, where the video was shot is asking the artiste to issue a disclaimer as tourists are beginning to avoid going to the place after having seen the video in their various countries. “It is very bad. We don’t want to lose tourists. We are not xenophobic neither do we support it. We love all people but this video is tainting our image and seemingly aligning us to politics. We are losing tourists for no fault of ours”  Llyod, Director of the South African arts village complained.

The shocked Blakk Rasta said his next step will be to seek justice for Ntombela and all the massacred individuals in the heinous xenophobic murders in South Africa. He looks at speaking with the Amnesty International, UN, AU and passionate leaders of the world against xenophobia. “I am glad my message has reached all four corners of the earth. I am, however, sad that an innocent person is being victimized. Xolani Ntombela should rather be awarded for playing so well in a poetic video like this. ” Blakk Rasta concluded.