The Last Video Of Mshoza Has Left Mzansi Emotional
Today Mzansi woke up to the sad news relating to the death of Kwaito queen, Mshoza – real name Nomasonto Maswanganyi. Her longtime manager confirmed the queen of Kwaito died “peacefully” at a Johannesburg hospital today after a short illness.
She had complained about fatigue among many other things the night before, her manager’s statement alleges. “It is with great sadness to announce the untimely death of Nomasonto ‘Mshoza’ Maswanganyi. The Kortes hitmaker succumbed peacefully in the early hours of this (Thursday) morning. She will be deeply missed as an ultimate entertainer who loved being on stage. Not only did she radiate star quality, Mshoza was a media darling,” read the statement.
Mshoza, for those who didn’t know, was a child star who began her career at a gentle age of 10. With all the limelight she was given back in the day, someone would have hoped many to have forgotten her in this era. But sadly, the Kwaito queen continued to own her shine and bask in her fame even on her death bed. Apart from music, Mshoza did much in steering the public.
She kept so many headlines with her obsession with skin lightening, surgical procedures and her contentious love life.Like many superstars, she did get enough ups and downs that come with popularity. But she kept it all under control. Just a short while before her death, Mshoza made a comeback.
Her latest hits included Abantu Bam Laba and Ayina Chorus which she performed on her last public performance back in 2019 during the South African Music Awards (SAMA25) Nominees Announcement at the Alberton Civic Centre.
This was Msoza’s last public performance, watch the video below;
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