South African Hip-hop icon HHP has passed away

It is a sad day in Mzansi as fans learn that music icon, HHP has passed away at the age of 38. The musician’s wife and publicist, Lerato Sengadi has come forward to confirm the news. Lerato revealed that HHP passed away on Wednesday October 23, however she has not shared any further details regarding the cause of death. Reports hint that it may have been suicide however this is only speculation. Legit.ng learned that the rapper has been battling with depression for a very long time, which he has openly spoken about. In the past, HHP has attempted suicide on multiple occasions. In 2015 alone, the rapper made three attempts to end his life. According to the Daily Sun, HHP revolutionized the music industry by blazing the trail for other Mostwako artists and he was also responsible for reviving the hip-hop scene in Mzansi. Jabulani Tsambo, who is better known as HHP, will be greatly missed by his fans. He always made time for them after his shows and it’s easy to see why he held such a special spot in Mzansi’s heart. Tributes for the late icon have been pouring in from his fellow rappers as they hear about the news.

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South African Actress, Shoki Mokgapa Is Dead

South Africa movie industry has been thrown into mourning after the death of one its talented actress, Shoki Mokgapa, was announced. According to TshisaLIVE, the actress was reported dead on Tuesday, September 25th, the cause of the death has not been ascertained. Her death has gotten a lot of South Africans talking and expressing their sadness over her sudden death. A representative at Clive Morris Productions who did not want to be named told TshisaLIVE they were saddened by Shoki’s death and paid tribute to her professionalism. “She was such a professional and such an amazing performer. The scenes that are currently on The Docket were such a pleasure to shoot because she was also such a sweetheart. She was really talented and who knows what more she could have done and we are saddened by the news of her death.” Shoki Mokgapa won a SAFTA award in 2017 for Best Actress in a Feature Film for her role in the drama film ‘SINK.’

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