- Amapiano artists Mpura and Killer Kau have sadly passed away in a tragic car accident, according to reports
- The pair and one other, were travelling to a gig in Rustenberg when the tragedy allegedly struck
- Many shocked fans and peers have taken to social media to express their disbelief and grief over the incident
South Africans were left reeling on Monday afternoon when the news of the death of Amapiano artists Killer Kau and Mpura hit social media. Initially, celebrities posted heartbreak emojis online but would not disclose who had passed.
Eventually, Amapiano pioneer Mr JazziQ took to Twitter to confirm the passing of his friends in a sad post.
The music producer was later joined by Riky Rick, who also shared a heartbreaking post bidding farewell to his industry peers.
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The Sunday World reported that the pair died on their way to a gig to Rustenburg.
According to a source who spoke to the publication, the two musicians sadly passed away after a car accident.
It is believed that Kabza De Small was with the two the night before the accident, leading to speculation that Kabza had also passed. However, the Scorpion King is alive and well and took to social media to assure the masses that he was fine.
In a now-deleted post, Kabza said:
“I’m fine, relax.”
South African actor Luzuko Nteleko sadly passes away at age 36
In similar news, Briefly News reported that Mzansi actor Luzuko Nteleko sadly passed away at the young age of 36. The South African entertainment industry was left in shock and many mourned a great loss.
The cause of Luzuko’s death has not yet been revealed but tributes have been flooding social media ever since the news of his passing broke.
Thembisa Mdoda said:
“Each day, we lose one. Each day. He has taken a special part of the art with him. Only a few will understand. Go well mntase. #RIPLuzukoNteleko.”
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Source: Briefly News