Skolopad releases song 'Hit and Run' weeks after fatal car accident

Skolopad releases song 'Hit and Run' weeks after fatal car accident

The controversial Skolopad has released a song called Hit and Run just weeks after being involved in a car accident that claimed one life.

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Social media users were up in arms after finding out that the socialiate was possibly attempting to cash in on a tragedy that took the life of 61-year-old Fred Tlali. She was roasted by Mzansi on social media after it was revealed that she was driving when the accident occurred.

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But people quickly realised the song had nothing to do with the accident.

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As it turns out, the song is about one night stands. The catchy song is about how people are left disappointed after a one night stand.

"It's Valentine's, beware of hit and runs. The sugar mamas and the rest of the crew, they are dangerous with hit and runs."

Briefly.co.za previously reported when Skolopad was discharged from the ICU following her accident. The controversial musician explained that she had her daughter and two other occupants in the car with her when the head-on collision occurred. Everyone was hospitalised and the car, a total write-off. After seeing a photo of the wreckage, she can say only by the Grace of God that she is still alive.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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