Sad News: Mr Boss Zonke took his own life

Sad News: Mr Boss Zonke took his own life

Sad News: Mr Boss Zonke took his own life 1
Grant-winning hip-jump craftsman Riky Rick is no more. Subtleties of his inopportune passing are as yet hazy yet Sunday World has discovered that the cultivated artist, whose genuine name is Rikhado Muziwendlovu Makhado, supposedly ended his own life at his bequest home in the north of Joburg toward the beginning of today.

A few sources who addressed Sunday World affirmed that the muso draped himself with a rope in the wake of experiencing extreme wretchedness. Another source near the circumstance affirmed that the craftsman was found by his supervisory crew at his home at around 8.30 am today. They surged him to a close-by emergency clinic as he was as yet alive.

“Tragically he passed on when they were on the way to the medical clinic,” said a source who would have rather not be named.

Riky Rick, 32, was the organizer and proprietor of the record name Cotton Club Records.

He figured out how to secure himself as one of the most well-known figures in South Africa’s amusement scene. He has had such a lot of presence in better places, and he is known by a few different names including Boss Zonke, Master Makhado and Minister of Energy, and King Kotani.

Riky Rick has an intriguing foundation. He was raised principally by his maternal grandma since he didn’t find the opportunity to grow up with his folks who separated from when he was just a child. From that point forward, his father moved to Johannesburg, and his mom, incompatibility of the scholarly world, examined in SA as well as the United Kingdom to meet all requirements to turn into a backer.

Richardo was hitched to Bianca Naidoo. His inopportune demise comes only days after he declared an organization that manages African Bank.

Riky Rick is the second VIP to have passed on by self destruction this year. The first was Mr Patrick Shai who was tracked down dead in the carport of his home in January.


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