- Nhlanhla Nciza of Mafikizolo fame recently revealed that her car was stolen during a hijacking
- Fortunately the singer was not injured during the traumatic encounter, according to a post she shared on Instagram
- The grateful musician thanked God for keeping her safe during the ordeal
Mafikizolo singer Nhlanhla Nciza recently went through a scary and traumatic event. The media personality shared that she was hijacked.
Taking to her Instagram stories, she posted:
"I just got hijacked guys. But I thank the Lord that I am fine. My car is gone but I thank God for life.”
The robbers took her car but did not harm her. She thanked God that her life was spared.
The horrible experience comes just a few days after Nciza opened up aboutbpast tragedies in her life. In a now-deleted lengthy emotional post on her Instagram, Nhlanhla opened up about her divorce and the passing of her daughter Zinathi.
Briefly News reported that the Mafikizolo singer opened up about her daughter's death and her divorce to her five-year-old boy in the now-deleted Instagram post. She thanked Luvuyo for always being there when she's feeling down.
According to TshisaLIVE, the musician said Luvuyo is her reason for waking up every morning. She expressed that Luvuyo has saved her life twice since he was born a few years ago.
"Because of you, no-one can ever stand before me and question God's love for me."
Nhlanhla and her ex-hubby TK Nciza's daughter Zinathi passed away in 2009. The stunner said she thought it was the end of her life when her precious daughter died and when she divorced, but Luvuyo came to her rescue.
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Nhlanhla Nciza looked gorgeous as she visited Zodwa Wabantu to buy some of her famous chicken eggs. The Mafikizolo singer wore no make up and rocked her natural hair for the chilled visit to see sis Zodwa. According to Wabantu, Nhlanhla purchased six trays of eggs. She said:
“She bought 6 trays of Zodwa Wabantu Eggs @nhlanhla_nciza Ngiyabonga kakhulu Ndlovukazi (Thanks so much queen)."
We love to see queens supporting queens.
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