Mzansi singer, Shekhinah, took to social media recently to open up to her followers about her health struggles. Skekhinah recently underwent surgery.
The singer became a household name when she entered the SA Idols competition twice, and even though she did not win in the show, Shekhinah became one of the most successful contestants to have ever come out of the franchise.
However, the talented singer has been keeping a low profile on social media recently. Shekhinah broke her silence when she took to Twitter to explain why she hasn’t been seen out and about. The songbird explained that she has been having health issues which led to surgery as well.
Shekhinah wrote: "Had surgery 3 days all went well removed nodules and my tonsils as well as fixing my sinus doctor had booked me off for 3months July is my last month off then I’m back it’s been frustrating and challenging at the same time so excited to be back for the summer though."
Shekhinah's tweet was well-received, with 6.4k likes, 317 retweets and 190 comments. Most of her followers were really concerned about her health and wished her a speedy recovery.
Here are some of the comments from Shekhinah's tweet:
Two months ago, Briefly.co.za reported that most Mzansi fans who attended the Ed Sheeran concert in Johannesburg will agree that his second support act, Shekhinah, really killed it on stage.
Shekhinah added another amazing highlight to her music career following her performance at the fully-packed Johannesburg stadium as the supporting act for Ed Sheeran.
According to ZAlebs, ever since the 24-year-old stepped into the music scene, her life has been a rollercoaster ride of achievements. She has celebrated many milestones in her career already, including winning numerous awards and having her debut album, Rose Gold, reach platinum status.
Shekhinah also performed with many famous artists, including Lauryn Hill a month before Ed Sheeran's concert. Although performing for a sold-out stadium at the Ed Sheeran's concert was quite daunting for the singer, she pulled it off with sass.
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