- Mzansi woke up to the sad news of Mshoza's sudden passing on Thursday morning
- The country's celebrities have taken to social media to share their reactions to Mshoza's death
- The legendary Kwaito singer passed away in a Johannesburg hospital
Mzansi celebs have taken to social media to react to the news of Mshoza's sudden passing. The Kwaito singer, real name Nomasonto Maswangayi, allegedly died in a Johannesburg hospital on Thursday morning, 19 November at the age of 37.
SA entertainers have taken to Twitter to share their reactions and messages of condolences to the star's family and friends. The details of the mother of two's untimely passing have not yet been released as her death was announced by her industry peers on social media.
The hashtag #RIPMshoza is currently trending high on Twitter. Check out some of the reactions from Mzansi celebs below:
Bontle Modiselle wrote:
"Deep sigh. Rest In Peace, Mshoza."
"Yoh, haai! Rest in eternal peace, Mshoza."
Phil Mphela wrote:
"RIP: Mshoza. Kwaito star Nomasonto Maswanganyi has died. News broke this morning of the 37-year-old mother of two’s passing."
"RIP Mshoza, a true dust queen."
In related news, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Mzansi has been left reeling at the news of local singer Mshoza passing away. Mzansi social media users have expressed their sadness and dismay over her untimely death.
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Zola 7 trended on social media recently after he shared a rare pic of himself chilling outside his home. The musician's fans flooded his comment section on Twitter with mixed reactions but most peeps were praising the star for his contribution in the Mzansi entertainment industry.
Zola changed the lives of many people in the country with his uplifting songs and through his show called Zola 7. The show aired from 2002 to 2010 on SABC1.Each episode focused on a young person, who with support from Zola realised his or her dream.
He also recently hosted a Moja Love show called Hope with Zola. It focused on the alleviation of social problems like youth unemployment and housing shortage.
Zola became popular in Mzansi after he bagged a leading role on Yizo Yizo. He then released a lot of banging tunes which saw him become an instant celeb in Mzansi.
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