Rapper and Gqom artist Sho Madjozi performing at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival’s Baseline stage. Picture: Phando Jikelo/African News Agency(ANA)
Rapper and Gqom artist Sho Madjozi performing at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival’s Baseline stage. Picture: Phando Jikelo/African News Agency(ANA)

Sho Madjozi shares tragic news of her sister's death

By Entertainment reporter Time of article published Dec 27, 2019

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Local rapper Sho Madjozi has made a public announcement by sharing the tragic news of her sister's death on Twitter. 

The 'Huku' rapper posted the news on Thursday, December 26, via her management company.

"On behalf of Sho Madjozi, we wish to express our gratitude for the support we have received, following the tragic death of her younger sister, Makhanani Maganye, in a car accident on 17th of December in Bungeni village, Limpopo," read the statement. 


According to the release, Maganye was laid to rest on December 22. 

The tragic news comes as Madjozi celebrated world-wide success with her viral hit 'John Cena', and bagged her first BET Award for Best New International Act.

Fans were on standby to share their heartfelt condolences.








The statement ended with: "Should there be further updates we will communicate accordingly."




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