Move over David Scott, there’s a new social media superstar in town and her name is Nomi.
Scott’s domestic worker, Nomachina Tyali, who likes to break it down to The Kiffness’ tunes while she works has subsequently developed a bit of a following for herself after featuring in a few of his posts.
Now if you keep a close eye on The Kiffness’ socials you would have seen him and Nomi roadtripping to Addo to pick up her mother who is ill.
Nomi now supports after her mother, two sons and unemployed husband on a domestic worker’s salary. Life isn’t easy, but she’s constantly smiling and upbeat.
Inspired by her positivity, The Kiffness decided to create a video and Back A Buddy campaign to raise funds for her. At the time of writing this, the campaign is sitting at just under 40% of its R10 000 goal.
The Kiffness is also adamant that all the streaming royalties from the song will be going straight to Nomi and the track can be streamed here: bit.ly/KiffNomi
You know what to do.