- Legendary Kwaito craftsman and TV moderator Bonginkosi “Zola” Dlamini has reacted to the new phony information on his “demise” spread quickly via web-based media.
- In recent days, Dlamini was by all accounts not the only one who succumbed to death tricks.
Noxious web clients made frenzy when they announced that unbelievable entertainer Lydia Mokgokoloshi, who plays Koko Manisha on the famous soapie “Skeem Saam” and previous “Outrage” entertainer Masasa Mbangeni were dead.
The threesome and different media characters got down on the savages who spread the fake news, particularly when Covid-19 is causing decimation the nation over and the world, with many individuals capitulating to the dangerous infection.
Entertainer and TV maker Zola Hashatsi was one of the numerous famous people who quickly shut down the bits of gossip about Dlamini’s death.” I just called him @jamazola7 and addressed units. He is OK. South Africa this sh** of killing abantu basophilia ain’t sh**. Stop it,” composed Hashatsi.
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On Monday, as verification that he is alive, Hashati shared recordings of him chilling with the kwaito legend. “To those that killed my closest companion @jamazola7, here is a directive for you,” Hashatsi inscribed his post. What’s more, in one short video cut, Zola 7 is heard saying: “To the ones who killed me fu** you.”He playfully added that he was in paradise and uncovered that he has been “killed” multiple times.
“The ones that are artless allowed them to grieve, I’m dead,” he said jokingly. During a new meeting on “Webcast and Chill” with Mac G Mukwevho, the “Don’t Cry” hitmaker uncovered he was determined to have epilepsy around three years prior.
“I lost an excellent deal of weight over the previous year. However, I was incredibly debilitated, I was home, and I was shaking. Everyone around me was terrified I planned to pass on,” he told Mukwevho. In the meantime, a Facebook post arose asserting the country’s most loved gogo Mokgokoloshi has kicked the bucket, causing a media free for all.
“Skeem Saam,” along with a portion of the show’s entertainers, including Clement Maosa and Makgofe Moagi, additionally came out weapon blasting and advising the savages to quit making and getting out the counterfeit word.