Mlindo apologizes to fans for his latest offensive videos

Mlindo apologizes to fans for his latest offensive videos

Soul singer Mlindo The Vocalist has apologized to his fans and supporters for the alleged “drunk” video that’s doing the rounds on social media.

Mlindo apologizes to fans for his latest offensive videos

The singer found his name on the Twitter trends list on Tuesday evening after the video went viral, showing him struggling to perform on stage while at a gig in Soshanguve, Tshwane, at the weekend.

The video, shared by a tweep who was at the gig, shows Mlindo falling on stage while his team members plan to carry him off the stage.

While he struggled to urge back to his feet, his fans were left wondering what was happening to the singer.

As many of us raised our concerns about the disturbing video on Twitter, Mlindo took to social media and released a press release apologizing to his fans and supporters for his behavior. He also said he would do better next time.

“I would really like to sincerely apologize to my supporters and everybody for everything that happened during this past weekend … I will be able to not get into details but I take full responsibility for my actions, and that I won’t blame it on anyone but myself.

“I am going to be better and act better next time.”

Mlindo apologizes to fans for his latest offensive videos

Speaking to SowetanLIVE before his apology, Mlindo denied reports that he was drunk and claimed he had only lost balance thanks to an old knee injury.

“I have a drag with my knees and yesterday [Monday] the venue was packed and therefore the stage was wet.

“I was performing the last song of the evening and someone pulled me into the gang and that I couldn’t rise up, which is why a bodyguard had to return and pick me up. After seeing the videos I can see why people thought I used to be drunk but I used to be not. I had been performing well until then.”

While many tweeps said they believed that the musician was allegedly drunk, others claimed they saw the singer take a drink from the audience, which can are spiked.

Tweeps have since shared mixed reactions to Mlindo’s video. Here are a number of reactions:

TshisaLIVE reached bent Mlindo’s management, however, they hadn’t responded by the time the story was published.

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