As human beings we always makes plans for the next day , next week or next month but the truth is we can't guarantee that the time will arrive which very sad .
I am said to report the death of the KwaZulu Natal based Maskandi musician Khalasi Gumede , who was well known as "Inkosi Yamathonga". He's death came as a shock to all his fans and the lovers of Maskandi genre.
The sad part is that the young and upcoming artist was looking forward to his performance on the 16th of October 2021 which is this coming Saturday unfortunately it won't happen again.
On the 3rd of October which is his last post on Facebook he said he's looking forward to his performance on Dumakahle's music album launch in KwaMashu on the 16th.
The sad news was revealed by people who are close with him , showing their heartfelt condolences through social media platforms. Advocate Minenhle Ngubane sent a very devastating message on Facebook and said " I don't even know what to say or do , I've known him for past 6-7 years but I only met him this year on May at Mandeni , I have introduced his performance in stage and a week ago I have posted a video playing his music on the background and I was talking about the quality of the music he give to people. He had a bright future ahead him , unfortunately he is no more rest in peace ".
The nature of his death was not revealed , May his soul rest ertenal peace .
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