- Lady Zamar told her fans that she had a serious experience recently that could have been fatal
- According to a post shared on social media, the singer feels lucky that her doctor was able to pick up the problem in time
- All the details about what happened will be revealed in Zamar's upcoming documentary
Lady Zamar has been recovering from a very serious medical encounter that could have been fatal.
The singer opened up to her fans on social media, saying that she had to endure multiple operations and complications that could have claimed her life.
She shared a video in which she sounds very fragile and stated that her faith is in God.
Zamar captioned the video with a brief explanation and said that she will give fans more details in an upcoming doccie.
"I had multiple operations which I’ll talk about in a doccie soon but after a few days there were massive complications that had me in a life-threatening situation and I’m so blessed that my amazing Doc caught all of it in time.
" I will never ever ever again take my life for granted. The time in there was the longest I’ve ever spent in hospital and I was soo scared.
"God pulled me thru. Thank you all the people who prayed for me, bought me flowers and visited. The hospital and its staff are and were amazing. My doctor is a superstar. God Almighty is amazing."
The post has since been deleted, unfortunately.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported on Zamar's amazing attitude that she displayed when DJ Maphorisa got a little sour on social media.
Maphorisa went on about musicians who don't own their masters, and she was mentioned.
Instead of letting him get under her skin, Zamar thought it would be a good idea to challenge Maphorisa to do something positive about the matter.
"Host a seminar/talk/brunch lunch or even a gathering to talk about the importance of owning masters in the music industry.
"You dragged KayBee and me into your own ego-fest and I think it’s wrong... trending is fun for clout and stuff but you brought up a serious thing."
You've got to admire Zamar's chill.
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