After taking to the stage at the Samas Awards on Saturday night hosted at Sun City, in a dramatic event, Skolopad collapsed and had to be carried off the stage via a stretcher.
Later on that evening, Nonhlanhla Qwabe, Skolopad’s real name, was speaking to Daily Sun from Sun City, and blamed muthi for what happened.
Skolopad, did however, mention that she had not eaten and that could have been a possibility for her fainting, reported the Daily Sun.
The socialite and musician, said she was experiencing skin problems a couple of days before the event and thus why she thought it may be from muthi.
There were some people so disappointed that they would now after the incident not be able to see Skolopad’s infamous poses.
Skolopad did confirm that she did not eat due to nerves and that could have been a contributing factor.
Briefly.co.za learnt that she confirmed that she was given immediate medical attention and said she felt a lot better. Skolopad said she was given a full chicken to eat after which she was better again.
On the subject of the stunning revealing black number that she wore , Skolopad said that she was dressed LeraV designer Themba Tshabalala and her hair was sponsored by the fabulous Junior Hair.
Skolopad has sent out a plea to her supporters not to be concerned about her health.
She was diagnosed with cervical cancer in 2015, something that is every woman’s worst nightmare. Skolopad had to choose between having a hysterectomy or undergoing chemotherapy.
She went on to say that she is a strong woman and that no one must stress of the tiny incident.
Cindy Kruger is a psychic medium on Fox Life’s Spirit show who Skolopad recently consulted. She was able to communicate with her late family members, including her gogo.
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