‘Thank you Lord’: Shebeshxt survives nearly fatal car crash
‘I’m blessed by G.O.D’: Limpopo sensation Shebeshxt was thankful to have survived a nearly fatal car accident that took place recently.
Popular musician Katlego Letlhogonolo Chauke also known as Shebeshxt took to Instagram and thanked the Lord after he survived a car accident in Polokwane recently.
EISH! SHEBESHXT INVOLVED IN CAR ACCIDENT, SA REACTS
The Limpopo-born star Shebeshxt was coming back from one of his performances when he was nearly killed in a car accident in Polokwane on Tuesday, 30 January, Sunday World reported. The collision is said to have resulted in his brand-new Golf GTI being written off.
According to iHarare, it’s believed that a collision involving a white VW hatchback collided with a Toyota Bakkie near Goseame Fruit and Veg, just outside Seshedo. Emergency services were reportedly prompted to the scene and attended to the musician, ensuring he was fine and had no serious injuries.
Taking to Instagram, Shebeshxt gave the Lord the glory after surviving the accident. “Otherwise, I’m blessed by G.O.D!! THANK YOU LORDDDSHXTA!” he captioned.
The publication added that the exact cause of the collision remains unclear.
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TAKE A LOOK AT SOME COMMENTS FROM SOCIAL MEDIA USERS BELOW…
“That guy needs to stop this nonsense of doing everything by himself. He needs a driver! He can’t do it all alone!!” @Sandiso__N said.
“They must be careful. This Polo is too powerful 😳,” @sebjeni commented.
“Mxm this guy cannot drink, perform and drive, he needs a team,” @Pablo_mzansi replied.
“Shebe always drives drunk and is always Live on Instagram while driving,” @Sawcee_Tee commented.
“I hope he will now stop driving wearing a school bag trying to look cool instead of concentrating on the road. He was probably on his phone this one,” @323i responded.
Popular musician Katlego Letlhogonolo Chauke, also known as Shebeshxt, was involved in a car accident in Polokwane next to Goseame. No serious injuries were reported. pic.twitter.com/Zlco4BBPXV
— CrimeInSA (@sa_crime) January 30, 2024