RIPNish – Mzansi mourns death of Skwatta Kamp

RIPNish – Mzansi mourns death of Skwatta Kamp

Mzansi music fans are grieving the passing of Skwatta Kamp rapper Musawenkosi “Nish” Molefe, with handfuls taking to web-based media to honor the star.

The star was as of late admitted to emergency clinic subsequent to testing positive for Covid-19, where he kicked the bucket on Friday evening.

“Musa was admitted to medical clinic in the wake of being determined to have Covid-19 and after an extensive stay surrendered to the infection.

“His family is in grieving and has mentioned protection right now to manage their misfortune,” an assertion from Skwatta Kamp’s administration read.

Molefe lit up the stage as a component of the momentous hip-jump bunch during the 2000s, and rejoined individuals Shugasmakx, Nemza, Slikour, Bozza and Relo Makhubo for their rebound in 2018

He was additionally among the individuals who honored late Skwatta Kamp part Nkululeko “Flabba” Habedi, who kicked the bucket in 2015.

Molefe won a few honors with the gathering including two SAMA grants and a Channel O best hip-bounce music video grant.

Siyabonga ‘Slikour’ Metane shared a video of the star on Instagram Stories, stating: “too early for us, on schedule for God. Tear, brother”.

In another post Slikour expressed gratitude toward Molefe for imparting his energy and ability to the gathering and kidded about him beginning a gathering with Flabba in paradise.

“Woke up accepting we in charge until 14h30 when God reminded us who’s in charge. Much obliged to you Nish for imparting your life to us, carrying Flabba to us, the giggles, mockery, music, sections and a positive energy.

“We lost our sibling, possibly you would now be able to begin that bunch with Flabba without us as you’d compromise when we battled in our days.”

Information on his demise sent stun waves across online media, with fans and companions offering ardent recognition and sympathies.

The South African Hip Hop brotherhood grieves the demise of rapper and Skwatta Kamp part Musawenkosi “Nish” Molefe, we’d prefer to send our sympathies to his loved ones during this troublesome time. May his spirit rest in endless harmony #RIPNish pic.twitter.com/3nbW1LM46Q

— #SAHHA2020 (@SA_HipHopAwards) February 5, 2021

We are disheartened by the death of Musawenkosi “Nish” Molefe who was an individual from the 2-time SAMA Best Rap Album grant winning gathering Skwatta Kamp. We convey our sympathies to his loved ones on the loose. May his spirit find happiness in the hereafter. #RIPNish pic.twitter.com/HBVwRNsOHc

— The SA Music Awards (@TheSAMAs) February 5, 2021

So grief stricken, I fell head over heels in love for Hip jump in view of Skwatta Kamp and that stirred alot within me. It’s a tragic day for hip jump, RIP Nish, may your spirit find happiness in the hereafter. Love and light to his loved ones 💘😭 pic.twitter.com/0gIqAksEWm

— Tumelo Pope(la) (@TheLingo411) February 5, 2021

Saw Skwatta Kamp perform live in 2003 in Midrand. I think they were wearing Kaizer Chiefs pullovers. We went insane when they sang the hit joint ‘Umoya’.

‘No opposition for the Skwatta mrapper hlala phansi.’ – Nish#RIPNish https://t.co/CYkUVoZ5Rm

— Blessing Kgosi e tsile Kgasa🇧🇼 (@KgosiNkgosi) February 5, 2021

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