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Prince Kaybee Apologises To His Late Father For Being Ungrateful

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Prince Kaybee Apologises To His Late Father For Being Ungrateful

Now that local music producer, Prince Kaybee is a dad, he has come to realise the importance of it and says he wishes he could apologise to his dad for being ungrateful as a child.

The producer took to his social media to tweet about how sorry he was for thinking that his dad purposely chose not to be present most of the time when he was growing up.

But now he realises that his father always worked to make sure his family was well looked after.

He wrote: “I’d like to apologise to my Dad for thinking he was sometimes not present in my life by choice, He was an incredible man that made sure we are stable as a family financially and worked his ass off. RIP DAD”.

In response to this tweet one fan said: “Parenthood changes your perspective on things. A pity, most harbour these feelings/thoughts for years…what a waste of precious time”.

Prince Kaybee agreed and responded to the fan’s twee, saying: “It changes everything, I wish I could tell him to his face how ungrateful it was of me to expect so much and still he should have answers to my hungry belly each and every day of my childhood”.

Since welcoming the baby in October last year with his partner, Zola Mhlongo, he has been spending a lot of time with their little bundle of joy and even shared a snap on his Instagram recently for the first time.

In another seriously cute Instagram video, Prince Kaybee is playing video games with his baby by his side.

TV and radio personality Unathi Nkayi commented on the post saying: “This and you are the cutest thing ever. Congratulations guys❤️”.

 

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Tributes Pour In For Gospel Singer Dr Deborah Fraser

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Tributes Pour In For Gospel Singer Dr Deborah Fraser

Veteran gospel artist Dr Deborah Fraser died at aged 56 on Sunday, May 15, after a short illness.

The sickness left the singer wheelchair-bound for a few months before she died.

Meanwhile, social media tributes are pouring in for Dr Deborah Fraser following her departure from the living.

Her family confirmed the news on social media and, since yesterday, tributes have been pouring in for the multi-award-winning artist.

“It is with deep sadness to inform you of the passing of our beloved mother, sister, aunt and friend, and gospel musician, Dr Deborah Fraser, following a short illness. She passed today (Sunday, May 15) after midday, in the presence of her family and friends.

“As Dr Deborah Fraser’s family, we would like to be given space to process and deal with this very tragic situation,” said the family.

The family are yet to confirmed the funeral arrangements of the “Abanye Bayombona” album hitmaker.

 

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Industry peer, singer Lady Zamar said: “Dr Deborah Fraser was a woman i admired as a child … later on i got to meet her and was delighted at how amazing she was … her voice, personality and smile; she was calm, full life and love, was always supportive & kind … i can’t imagine what her family is going through… 💔😭.”

 

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Trevor Noah Pays A Fitting Tribute To His Late Gogo

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Trevor Noah, the Daily Show host has given his grandmother, Gogo who passed away a few days ago a befitting farewell. She died at age 95.

Trevor Noah in a social media post, paid her a fitting tribute after “crying all week”.

In true comedian style, Noah posted a cute video of his adorable gogo along with a fun but lengthy caption that hit hard.

“How can I smile for a photo when I don’t have teeth?” 😄❤️ This morning our family laid to rest the oldest member of our clan Frances Noah, or as most of us referred to her, Gogo.“

He recounted how he spent time with her in Soweto, adding that every moment he spent with her  was “felt like a magical journey”.

“My grandmother was born in 1927, and even though she was 95 years old, she still had the best memory of us all. Every moment spent with her felt like a magical journey through time where she would recount all of the family’s greatest joys, losses, achievements and milestones.

“Her house in Soweto wasn’t just a home. It was a refuge, a place where other women would come when they had no other place to go, a place where members of the community would gather to pray together every single week, a place where everyone was guaranteed to feel the love emanating from her mighty chest.

“I know many of you grew to love Gogo from afar, and I thank you for the condolences and the blessings you’ve sent in her memory. I’ve cried all week celebrating the greatest ‘movie’ I’ve ever watched.

“A story that began with my first breath and ended with her last. A woman who showed me the truest definition of unconditional love.

“She passed away peacefully in her sleep and even blessed us with one final Mother’s Day which she enjoyed to the fullest. Hamba Kahle Gogo. ❤️“

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Local and Hollywood celebrities, as well as his fans and followers sent their heartfelt condolences to him and his family on their loss.

Singer and actress Jennifer Lopez wrote: “Beautiful… my deepest condolences to you and your family ❤️.”

Rapper will.i.am wrote: “Bless your grandmothers soul and thank god for bringing her into the world because she designed you to be the man you are today❤️❤️❤️.”

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Toss Announces Break From Music To Focus On His Mental Health

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South African entertainment industry has lost talented performers due to mental health issues, in recent months.

23-year-old actor Siyabonga Zubane, who allegedly took his own life over the past weekend has become the most recent one.

The South Africa entertainment industry has already also rapper Riky Rick and legendary actor, Patrick Shai, in January and February.

These two celebrities suffered from severe depression for many years.

Toss took to his Instagram to announce that, although his career is skyrocketing, he needs some time to work on personal matters like his mental health, because that comes first.

He made a vow to his fans and followers that he will be back on the music scene soon, though.

In a multi-lingual caption, which was accompanied by a video, the musician wrote: “I career is doing amazing, kodwa i personal life iyakhabatheka 💆🏾‍♂️💔 Have a few things to sort out personally so ngizoba off for is’khathi📍hade for any inconveniences to ama promoter and nabantu who want to cav me rock💔🙏🏾 my mental health iza k’qala bafwethu, I’ll be back to operate with you guys soon 🤞🏾✨ for now ithi ngiyo thola usizo!!!👊🏾 Nisale niba Qhamela, ngiyan’ncanywa❤️🏆Fede🤙🏾,” he posted.

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Toss rose to the spotlight after his song “Umlando” and his dance moves went viral on TikTok.

In March, the “Umlando” crooner fainted during a stage performance, in front of hundreds of fans as a results of fatigue and depression.

He later on apologise to the promoter for disrupting the show via his Instagram page.

“I just want to address what happened yesterday, I fainted on stage due to fatigue. I just wanted to inform you that I am doing well…

“I saw a video that has been circulating on Twitter and I just wanted to give you an update that I am okay and I appreciate the love and positive energies that you are sending out to me,” he said.

Upon reading his Instagram post, fans applauded Toss for taking the break to fix himself.

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Bucy Radebe’s Manager Denies Insulting Rebecca Malope

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Bucy Radebe’s Manager Denies Insulting Rebecca Malope

Thapelo Thoboke, the manager to Bucy Radebe, has denied insulting and mistreating gospel singer Rebecca Malope on Saturday, April 30.

Thoboke has issued an “unconditional apology” for the incident that occurred during Radebe’s recent live recording concert at Sun City Superbowl, sighted in a letter sent to Malope.

The manager stressed that the rift between him and Malope’s manager was over certain changes to the song, of which he was not aware of, shortly before Malope was due to perform.

Thoboke wrote: “I would like to convey my sincere and unconditional apology to yourself over issues that were not even meant for your ears, of which an altercation between myself and your manager offended you somehow.

“Yes, emotions were high but in my sane and sober state, I’m fully aware that at no stage did I insult anybody, what I uttered was that if the song is not done the way we planned it on our recording, it will lose the whole idea of honouring you …”

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He further explained that after this unfortunate turn of events, Malope withdrew from the song.

“I sincerely apologise for any hurt that the altercation may have caused, and further note the letter was written by your management company asking us not to release the song, which was also my view considering how it was done on the night and some administration issues I picked after the recording.”

Thoboke said Radebe hoped that the incident would not affect their relationship.

“We will still honour any invitation from yourself if you wish to have Bucy collaborating with you on your future project.”

After the show, Radebe took to social media to thank the guest artists. She wrote: “Good morning, let me thank everybody who supported us last night in Sun City …

“We had a wonderful 5 hours. I enjoyed every moment with you. Big thanks to @vusinova1, @dr_rebeccamalope, Jabu Hlongwane and @BabaMakitaza.”

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Anele Zondo Confirms Exit From ‘Massive Music’

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After four years at Massive Music, local presenter, Anele Zondo has bid farewell to Mzansi Magic show.

She took to her social media platforms to announce that April 29 would be her last day on defenses.

“For all these years I became part and parcel of your TV screens and I’ve had the privilege of sharing the stage with some of SA’s finest talent and I’ll always be grateful for the opportunity,” said the Catrice ambassador.

“Every Friday I took to that stage with so much pride, proudly representing a channel that authentically told a story of South African music and being the best at it too,” she said.

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The multi-talented personality will still continue with her music and acting career although she may be leaving the TV show, this is not the last of Ney the bae.

“This may be a goodbye to Massive Music but it’s also a BIG hello to other avenues that will be equally beneficial for my career and personal growth,” she said.

On her Instagram account, Anele also expressed her profound gratitude to her colleague presenters Lalla Hiriyama and Smash Afrika and Sipho Ngwenya, the commissioning editor at Mzansi Magic.

“I’d like to thank Sipho for believing in me, the Massive Music production team, my super-talented co-presenters @lalla_hirayama @smashafrika and to everyone who has believed in me and watched grow,” she said.

Massive Music is a music show that consists of artists interviews, studio performances a weekly music chart.

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