Arthur Mafokate shares how Lebo Mathosa predicted his daughter's future

Arthur Mafokate shares how Lebo Mathosa predicted his daughter's future

Kwaito star Arthur Mafokete recently shared a little-known story on social media about how his late fellow kwaito star and close friend Lebo Mathosa predicted his daughter Owami's future.

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In October 2006, Lebo Mathosa died in a tragic car accident. The kwaito musician was close friends with Arthur and his family.

Arthur shared a video of Lebo holding his daughter Owami and kissing her - a clip that made him emotional.

He then explained something about the context of the video, as reported on by ZAlebs. Lebo said there is something special about Owami and that she must be a performer when she's older.

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It is as if Lebo prophesised that the little girl will enter the entertainment world- which happened because at 17 she's already making name for herself as a DJ.

Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Owami is claiming fame on television with her DJ skills as a DJ on YoTV every Friday.

Arthur added that the woman who was behind Lebo and Owami was Megan - Lebo's former dancer. This is the same woman who now instructs Owami in Contemporary Dance.

That gave us goosebumps!

Some things in life can't be explained and sometimes it's better that way. Science can't always be behind everything.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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