- Mzansi singer Candy Tsa Mandebele is continuing to create beautiful music even after surviving a second car accident
- The actress took to her timeline to share that she has dropped a new song following her recent accident and shared snaps of her written off car
- The star shared that she believes music heals souls because she was able to heal when she went to the studio to create more music
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Candy Tsa Mandebele has dropped news music after surviving yet another horrific car crash. The singer took to social media to share that her new single titled My Personal Person is now available on all digital platforms.
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She shared that she believes that music heals souls because she was able to create new music after surviving two car accidents, reports TshisaLIVE.
"It is true music heals our souls. Believe me, I went through that. That’s the story of my life."
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The star's followers took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her post. Many showed her love after she shared the sad news.
"Sending light and love."
"We thank God for your life Khadi ya Balobedu."
"Your music definitely heals my soul. May God continue protecting you and blessing you for many more."
"So sorry for what you have been through."
"God is good all the time @candytsamandebele.za. You know how much I love your music. Already in love with this song."
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In similar new, Briefly News reported that L'vovo has been discharged from hospital. The star took to social media to share that he's now recovering at home after his car collided with a truck in Newcastle about a month ago.
The Kwaito legend penned a sweet note to all the people who supported him while he was still in hospital. According to TshisaLIVE, the Resista hitmaker wrote:
"I want to take this moment and let you know how much you are appreciated. You are all true angels to me, and I'm more grateful to you than words can express."
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Source: Briefly News