Singer Nichume Siwundla's alleged suicide has left quite a scar on South Africa and caused musician and businessman, Mobi Dixon, to disappear from social media. However, it looks like he's back and ready to rock.
Businessman and muso, Mobi Dixon, took a break from social media after the apparent suicide of singer Nichume Siwundla.
Nichume's family pointed fingers at Mobi and labelled him as the main contributor to her suicide.
Briefly.co.za reported that they felt the record label owner put a lot of stress on the young artist, and were not happy about it.
However, it looks like he's recovered from the negative attention and is back on social media and in the studio.
TimesLIVE reported that Mobi explained he had taken a break from social media after his doctor and family advised him to do so.
He also announced that there's something big coming from his corner:
"For the past month, my family and my doctor have been strongly advising me [to] take time off and reflect. Got time to re-evaluate a lot about life and relationships. I’m glad to be back at work today and on the verge of concluding the biggest deal of my career. Can’t wait to share the good news Thursday, July 25."
Mobi's fans are happy to see he's doing well and ready to get back to giving them what they want - music.
mixedbypricha - Happy you’re back, I was getting worried.
eric_thatboyy - And that’s how it’s done Mabs
nhlakzin_photographer - I'm so glad that you're back because we would not be happy to lose someone like you in the music industry, you always do some wonders keep going!
susa_malunga - We are glad you’re back, we on the look out for more great music @mobidixon
tlholelebza - M happy to hear that buddy. Trust in God n the process
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