The deadline for Mshoza to go to her grave after the memorial service has been set
The nation remains in disbelief following the untimely passing of 37-year-old Kwaito artist Mshoza.
Tributes are pouring certain the hitmaker through social media from her fans and friends within the music and tv industry.
Khanyi Mbau who first broke the news about her passing has also revealed the small print of her memorial and funeral.
A number of her celeb friends like Khanyi Mbau, Kelly Khumalo, and Amstel were attending her memorial which happened yesterday.
Thanduxolo Jindela her manager had this to mention about her as told to TshisaLive.
Santo Wam, please pardon me for not e-mailing this but I do not know your new e-mail address. Finding fitting words to pay tribute to someone of your significance in my life may be a tall task on behalf of me. Mshoza, it took days on behalf of me to write down this. Yesterday I went into your house and as I sat down in your bedroom, your presence was palpable. I could feel your spirit comforting my soul. I now connect with you on a greater level. I’m scripting this crammed with tears because all this is often still fresh to me. When your health failed you I used to be worried because I could not comprehend how you were getting to deal with that as you were a lady of great strength. My heart is in pain but I’m smiling because I do know you’re watching all folks with a smile.
You Promised To Marry Me presenter and rapper Jub Jub has expressed his grief and disbelief on social media.
“Dam seriously……WTF wants Going a timely a bit like that!!! Rest In Power daughter till we meet again will miss you wish crazy.”
UPDATE: Official statement from Mshoza’s management company.
— Kgopolo Mphela (@PhilMphela) November 19, 2020
The Kwaito star’s close friend Khanyi Mbau broke the news of Mshoza’s passing. Posting, “REST IN PEACE MY LOVE . I’m tired 2020,” wrote Khanyi. Several reports suggest that the star, who was reportedly diabetic gave up the ghost at a Johannesburg hospital after contracting Covid19.
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— Scorpio Season ✨ (@I_am_Bucie) November 19, 2020
@IamCatchvibe labeled Mshoza the godmother of music, which are some things we also attest to.
“The world underrated her, body-shamed her, called her names but through it, all she won, conquered, and inspired many. The godmother of KWAITO, the Queen. of KWAITO, Long Live Mshoza”
The world underrated her, body shamed her, called her names but through it all she won, conquered and inspired many.
— Catchvibe Moatshe (@IamCatchvibe) November 19, 2020