Stogie T Corrects Rashid Kay’s Error Over misidentification Of Solomon Mahlangu
Until his death, Solomon Mahlangu was an anti-apartheid campaigner of the ANC. He was convicted of murder and hung on April 6 1979.
Those who remember him and what he stood for usually commemorate his hanging every year. Rashid Kay apparently wanted to do the same but misidentified Solomon Mahlangu.
He had shared a photograph of an African-American being hung and captioned is as Mahlangu, urging his followers to remember the late activist.
Unimpressed by the mistake Rashid Kay made, Stogie T had corrected him loudly and impatiently, clarifying that the picture Rashid Kay shared was not that of the anti-apartheid activist. He supplied the real picture.