Watch: Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi nails local song

Watch: Miss Universe Zozibini Tunzi nails local song

Zonzibini Tunzi has been using South African music to give her strength while under quarantine. 

Zonzibini Tunzi
Zonzibini Tunzi/ Instagram

Like many people, Zonzibini Tunzi is self-isolating as a precaution to avoid contracting the coronavirus

The Miss Universe, who is currently in New York, took to Instagram to tell her followers that she is feeling homesick. 

But she is using music to uplift her spirits. 

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" I find a lot of strength and healing in music," she wrote on Instagram. 

Zozi is a fan of several South African artists including Thandiswa Mazwai and Amanda Black. 

She shared how Amanda Black's 'Amazulu' song helped her feel better. 

" I found this video that I took days ago on a day when I felt down, homesick and just a little sad. I was listening to this song Amazulu by @amandablacksa and I started singing, which made me feel much better," she wrote. 

Zozibini added that she is praying for people to find peace during the pandemic. 

The coronavirus has killed more than 130, 000 people around the world. 

" I pray that in this time of uncertainty you all find peace and solace in whatever your Heaven may be. Love and light to everyone. Be blessed," she wrote. 

Listen to her moving rendition of Amanda Black's 'Amazulu'. 

Amanda Black shared her excitement about having Zozi sing her song. 

" A Whole Miss Universe. Yhoo guys an entire Miss Universe singing my song, i love her to bits!!!" she wrote on Twitter. 

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Image courtesy of Instagram/ @Zozitunzi

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