Zola responds to death hoax

Zola responds to death hoax

223513909 665893901476898 5739188723381340234 njjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjLegendary Kwaito artist and tv presenter Bonginkosi “Zola” Dlamini has skilled the recent fake news of his “death” that spread like wildfire on social media. Over the past few days, Dlamini wasn’t the sole one who fell victim to death hoaxes. Malicious internet users created panic once they declared that legendary actress Lydia Mokgokoloshi, who plays Koko Mantsha on the favored soapie “Skeem Saam” and former “Scandal” actress Masasa Mbangeni were dead. The trio and other media personalities called out the trolls who spread the fake news, especially at the time when Covid-19 is causing devastation across the country and therefore the world, with thousands of individuals succumbing to the deadly virus. Actor and tv producer Zola Hashatsi was one among the various celebrities who immediately pack up the rumours of Dlamini’s death. MORE ON THIS Trompies leads Mzansi Kwaito House Music Awards 2021 nominees WATCH: Mshoza remembered at memorial service Cassper Nyovest finally drops ‘Any Minute Now’ and fans are blown away “I just called him @jamazola7 and spoke to uBitso and he’s okay.

 

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South Africa this sh** of killing abantu basaphila ain’t sh**. Stop it,” wrote Hashatsi. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Zola Hashatsi (@zola_hashatsi) On Monday, as proof that he’s alive, Hashati shared videos of him chilling with the kwaito legend. “To people who killed my ally @jamazola7 here may be a message for you,” Hashatsi captioned his post. And in one short video clip,

 

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Zola 7 is heard saying: “To those who killed me fu** you.” Warning video contains strong language View this post on Instagram A post shared by Zola Hashatsi (@zola_hashatsi) He jokingly added that he was in heaven, and revealed that he has been “killed” 12 times. “The ones that are gullible, allow them to mourn, I’m dead,“ he said mockingly. During a recent interview on “Podcast and Chill” with Mac G Mukwevho, the “Don’t Cry” hitmaker revealed he was diagnosed with epilepsy about three years ago.

“I lost tons of weight over the past year. i used to be extremely sick, i used to be home and that i was shaking. Everybody around me was scared i used to be getting to die,” he told Mukwevho. Meanwhile, a Facebook post emerged claiming the nation’s favourite gogo Mokgokoloshi has died, causing a media frenzy. “Skeem Saam”, along side a number of the show’s actors including Clement Maosa and Makgofe Moagi, also came out gun blazing, and telling the trolls to prevent creating and spreading fake news. In her recent post, Mbangeni, who also revealed that she recently became a victim of death hoax, took to social media, condemning the cruel cyberbullying that left her family shocked. “Got a frantic call from my mother who said she was woken up from sleep from a call from a colleague saying that in Facebook they assert I’m dead from Covid due to this tweet.

“People don’t read for comprehension neh , now my mother must get a fright due to stupidity ugh,” said the star. Another celebrity who has been the victim of death hoax is actress Sophie Ndaba who, on several occasions, was reported dead on social media.