L'vovo reveals he was a car accident before the release of his EP

L'vovo reveals he was a car accident before the release of his EP

- L'vovo Derrango revealed that he had been in a car accident on Friday in KwaZulu-Natal

- He posted snaps on Instagram of him in hospital, with some thinking it was a publicity stunt

- He posted more pics to show that the injuries he sustained were real

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L'vovo Derrango was involved in a car accident shortly before the release of his EP 'Isghubu Overdose.'

Sunday World reported that the accident took place while he was on his way back from a meeting on Friday.

"I’m (a) strong person, just taking it easy. I’m at home nursing my pains. The sad thing is that this happened three hours before the release of my EP Sgubhu Overdose,” he told the publication.

L'vovo reveals he was a car accident before the release of his EP
L'vovo shared the news with Mzansi that he had been involved in a car accident. Photo credit: lvovosa
Source: Facebook

He shared a snap of himself in hospital and some people thought it was a PR stunt to promote the release of his album.

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Earlier, Breifly.co.za reported that L'vovo has taken to social media to call out black South Africans for having an inferiority complex among white people. The vocal media personality ruffled some feathers with his controversial tweets.

L'vovo accused black South Africans of suffering from 'mental damage' because of they react to racism from white people. Responding to a tweet, the musician vented about how black people practically worship white people. He said:

"Black people are damaged mentally! There is nothing they love more than the people that hate them!"

In other news, as all eyes return to former president Jacob Zuma once again, kwaito artist L'vovo has reaffirmed his support for the corruption-accused politician.

Taking to social media, L'vovo made it clear which side he was on and why he believed that Zuma was wrongly accused.

The musician said that he believes uBaba was being used as a "scapegoat" in a much more intricate political battle.

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He said:

"The amount of love people have for Zuma. I think this country will be put on reset the day they attempt to arrest him. Zuma is being persecuted for nothing & we are getting tired of it. He is used as a scapegoat n we will fight for him. We are not stupid."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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