Busiswa offers a reward of 40K to whoever can help return her loot.

Busiswa offers a reward of 40K to whoever can help return her loot.

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Singer Busiswa is offering R 40 000 rewards for whoever helps to bring back her stolen goods home
It’s very heartbreaking to work so hard for your things – only to lose them to lazy people who don’t like to work things rather they break in into someone’s home and stole them.
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The exact heartbreaking event just happened to the singer Busiswa who lost most of her valuable items to theft.

Busiswa is a songwriter, musician, and poet who is born Busiswa Gqulu on the 8th of November 1988 in the small village of Mthatha, Eastern Cape. The musician is loved for her charismatic personality and her crazy yet adorable dance moves

Despite being a bit chubby, the Queen can dance so well. She has collaborated with various artists including Prince Kaybee which the two has since had a fallout where Kabelo aka Prince Kaybee made an oath to never work again with the Busiswa.

She also worked with the likes of Dj Zinhle, Cassper Nyovest, Kamo Mphela and she lately collaborated with the Nigerian Afro-pop singer Naira Marley on the song called Am Coming.

The singer was signed to Kalawa Jazmee which is owned by the Legendary musician and producer Dj Oskido who he discovered her and made her the star she you see shining today.

She then moved to Universal records. Now the musician owns her music label called Majesty music entertainment in 2019, she also released her album named my side of the story

Today the musician took to her Twitter page to pledge for help from the Mzansi people to help her bring her home studio equipment which was stolen from her home.

The equipment includes the black Hp i7 computer tower, iMac PC which is colour silver, monitors and portable speakers and 500 songs and visual contents.

My name is the singer is popping a whopping amount of R 40 000 to anyone who can come forward with the information to help recover those items.