Bonginkosi Dlamini, a South African musician, actor, and broadcaster, is also a poet and has a reputation for motivating people in his home country. Bonginkosi Dlamini is better known as Zola 7, his stage name. A presenter on both Hope with Zola7 and the well-liked television show Yizo yizo is the presenter Zola 7.
Zola 7 has taken to social media to show his fans that he is rising again, feeling the energy, and beginning to change into someone altogether different.. Fans and followers of Zola7 have been expressing their well wishes since viewing a photo of him on his Facebook and Instagram profiles. Many of the artist's kwaito fans have noted that he has gained weight.
He proclaimed on social media that he is on the rise and doing well in his personal life, which drew a large number of his lovers and followers. It appears like he has made a considerable improvement in the photo he posted. Many of his admirers were excited to see him finally starting doing what he actually enjoys. '
For quite some time, Zola7 has been out of business. Zola7 Bonginkosi Dlamini, commonly known as Bonginkosi Dlamini, has been the subject of much fan speculation since the death of Ricky Rick.
Since he couldn't afford his medical bills, Zola7 has dropped a significant amount of weight. He began abusing alcohol and cigarettes. Andile Mpisane's visit to Mamkhize made Mzansi aware of the situation. It was one of his other friends who began booking him for events and jobs to assist him in regaining control of his life and career.
Take a look at some of his most recent images and let us know what you think. If you'd want to keep up with Jim's recovery, you can follow him on social media.
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