Kwaito star Mshoza Has Passed Away
South African queen of Kwaito Mshoza has sadly passed away and fans are shaken, The star, whose real name is Nomasonto Maswangayi, allegedly passed on at the age of 37 in a hospital in Joburg this morning.
Mshoza started singing at the age of 10. Between 1998 and 1999 she was a dancer for kwaito group called Chiskop and then signed her professional deal in 1998 when she was 15 years old.
The details of her death had not yet been released at the time of publishing. Her passing was first announced by industry peers such as Khanyi Mbau and Phil Phela and It was later confirmed by the Daily Sun.
On the other hand, reports have claimed that due to going under the knife a couple of times, that could have affected Mshoza’s health over the years.
Mshoza had undergone surgical skin lightening procedures, nose job, lip, and cheek surgery – you name it – not once, but several times in her lifetime.
Mshoza had been married three times in her life. She was first married to the businessman Jacob Mnisi in 2007 and had two children. The marriage ended in 2011 after reports of both being unfaithful. The marriage was rocky, even with their R3.5 million home in eMalahleni (Witbank).
She met and later married Thuthukani Mvula in 2017 but it did not last long. She first said that her husband had allegedly been physically and emotionally abusing her. She stated that he had kicked her out of their home in KwaZulu-Natal’and that he had sent out hitmen. Mvula was also still married to another woman whose name was being reported as Duduzile Mvula. The previous marriage had ended but their divorce had not been finalized. She would leave Mvula and go on to date the police detective Tlhabe Mbhele and Mamelodi Sundowns defender Anele Ngcongca. In February, it was reported that she had married for a third time in a private ceremony where family and friends gathered to watch her tie the knot with Prince Dlamini. He is a businessman from East Rand.