- Mlindo The Vocalist has taken to social media to share a clip that sheds some light on his drunken video
- In the footage, someone can be heard saying that the musician's drink was drugged on purpose
- The artist's manager has also come out to refute claims that Mlindo was drunk on purpose
Mlindo The Vocalist is still under the spotlight as more revelations about his disturbing viral video are coming to light. The footage showed the Amablesser hitmaker stumbling and struggling to walk as a result of intoxication, allegedly.
However, in a video, he shared online on 3 December, a male voice could be heard saying they spiked his drink because he is "stubborn". Mlindo asked Soshanguve people what he had done to them to deserve what they did.
"Sosha what did I do to you?"
Sharing the video Mlindo asked Soshanguve people what he has done to them to receive such treatment.
His manager, Nyiko Bilankulu, has come out to say that he would never let the musician perform while under the influence.
Speaking to the Daily Sun, Bilankulu said that he would rather postpone a performance than have his artist perform while drunk. The manager went on to say that the artist's drink was likely spiked.
According to him, Mlindo took a drink from a fan and drank it.
"He went on stage and started performing. During his performance, I think, he was too excited and took a drink from the crowd and drank it."
He was apparently drowsy right after taking a swig. The manager said that the alcohol might have contributed to the knee pain that Mlindo complained about.
Briefly.co.za reported that Mlindo The Vocalist has taken to social media to apologise for his trending video. A video of Mlindo seemingly drunk has gone viral on social media. The Macala hitmaker took to Instagram on Wednesday, 2 December to share a statement apologising to his fans about what happened on Monday night.
He was in the middle of his performance at an event in Soshanguve when he suddenly fell and had to be carried off stage.
In the viral video, Mlindo can be seen totally out of it and being carried off stage by a bodyguard.
"I would like to sincerely apologise to my supporters and everyone for everything that took place in this past weekend. I will not get into details but I take full responsibility [for] my actions, and I will not blame it on anyone but myself."
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