- Mshoza has reportedly separated from her new hubby, Prince Dlamini
- The Kwaito singer and Prince had only tied the knot at Home Affairs in February this year
- The stunner has confirmed that she is currently not in a relationship but she has been linked to Nigerian singer Oluwa Kuwait
Kwaito singer Mshoza is single yet again. The star has split from her new husband Prince Dlamini. They had tied the knot at Home Affairs in February this year.
The stunner has reportedly confirmed the news of her separation from her hubby. She is now linked to Nigerian singer and producer Oluwa Kuwait, who stays in Cape Town.
The star has split from hubby Prince Dlamini just five months after getting married. She declined to disclose the rationale behind the crumbling of her marriage.
"All I can confirm is that I’m not in a relationship now, what does that mean? Yes, I can confirm that I’m not in a relationship," Mshoza told Sunday World.
The Kwaito singer has now been linked to Nigerian producer and singer Oluwa Kuwait, who currently lives in Cape Town. They reportedly met at the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town before the lockdown.
The publication further reports that Mshoza's mother-in-law Dudu Nkosi, however, seemed to be in the dark about her son's split from Mshoza.
"I speak to her every day and no one told me anything. I wouldn’t know because I don’t live with them, even my son has not told me anything about that. I’m shocked."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Euphonik is one of a few artists in the world who have been able to perform internationally amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The musician, also known as Themba, has detailed performing in a foreign country amid the pandemic.
The star, along with his friend and DJ Black Coffee, recently flew out of the country to perform for a live crowd on the Greek island of Mykonos.
The star said the vibe is still not normal as he had to wear a mask everywhere he went. Euphonik explained that the parties are mostly open air events, and the staff are required to wear PPE.
Euphonik said he had to sign an indemnity form at the airport stating he was fully aware of all the risks of Covid-19 before flying.
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