Legendary musician Hugh Masekela shares his views on African history.
JOHANNESBURG - In a frank interview with eNCA&39;s Lenyaro Sello, world renowned musician Hugh Masekela shares his thoughts on South Africa&39;s heritage, the use of African languages and the politics of hair.
Listening to Hugh Masekela-Ibala Lam..wow what a trackHeritage_day— Zolani Nonguzela (@SirLongxi) September 24, 2015
It being Heritage month the topic on my head is about Hugh Masekela not wanting to take pictures with African females with weaves— Nomali Ngubane (@_Trooi_) September 15, 2015
Bra Hugh Masekela made my morning he doesn&39;t take pics with "people who don&39;t look like heritage" .. Hahahaha.. dankie Sowtan for the laugh— Heroine (@VillagePrincezz) September 9, 2015
The legendary musician also touched on the history of Africa
So this is why Hugh Masekela doesn&39;t like weaves. Choking out sisters DateMeFamily— ZAlebs (@Zalebs) September 20, 2015
people who politicize hair stay boring me. Hugh Masekela should just grow hair of his own and stop boring us.— Khensani Lebese (@Khensi_Lee) September 15, 2015
Hugh Masekela & Ntsiki Mazwai don&39;t like weaves!!!— PapaMaTwins (@Imsollyntuli) September 14, 2015
Hugh Masekela @_KamoMvelase as a male why are you bothered about what i do with my hair ? don&39;t you have other pressing matters to attend to— PapaMaTwins (@Imsollyntuli) September 14, 2015
Hugh Masekela and the &39;war&39; against weaves, Sorry Hugh, this is one war that can&39;t be won especially in Africa! OpenLine— Twadio Show (@TwadioShow) September 14, 2015
"As someone who runs a foundation that seeks to restore culture and identity,I refused to take photos with people with weaves"Hugh Masekela— Khuto ® (@khutso) September 14, 2015
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