- The results of ProKid’s post-mortem reveal that the musician experienced bleeding in his pancreas
- Rumours have emerged that he died at the house of his mistress
- The family will be holding a funeral and memorial service later in the week to lay him to rest
ProKid’s family have released a statement announcing that he suffered bleeding in his gastrointestinal tract which caused his death.
His family received the results from his post-mortem earlier this week.
The report also stated that his cause of death is a very rare case and it is triggered when blood flows into the pancreas or any part of the body directly linked to the pancreas.
News of Linda “ProKid” Mkhize’s death rocked the hip-hop community and his fans have been mourning him since.
Briefly.co.za learned that before his passing, the rapper experienced severe stomach aches but thought nothing of it. He then suffered a sudden seizure and paramedics who were called to help were unable to revive him.
Friend and fellow rapper, Gigi Lamayne came forward to speak on the family’s behalf as the news broke. She said that his family were doing their best to be strong for one another during this difficult time.
However, rumours have surfaced that he allegedly passed away in the bed of his mistress.
His wife, Ayanda, with whom he has a young daughter, was devastated to learn that he had been having an affair that spanned over a year.
She was asked to identify her husband’s body in his mistress, Mandiswa Mbanjwa’s flat before giving permission to have his body taken to the mortuary.
Independent Online reports that the family will be holding ProKid’s memorial service at Newtown Music Factory later this week for fans, friends and colleagues can pay their respects to the late star.
There will also be a funeral service for him at the University of Johannesburg’s Soweto campus for they proceed to the cemetery to lay him to rest.
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