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Nigerian Artists Are Boycotting South Africa Because Of Deadly Violence Against Foreigners

Stars boycott South Africa over xenophobic attacks""BBC NewsSouth Africa, Nigeria beef up security after xenophobic attacks""TRT WorldSA, Nigeria beef up security after xenophobic attacks""CitizenPoliticians, celebrities react to xenophobic attacks in Sou
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