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Meet Top South African Celebrities Who Died So Dead Broke And Poor

It's not simple to be wealthy and renowned. Celebrity definitely has advantages, but it also has disadvantages: People who want money from celebrities frequently exploit them. They have little or no privacy and are always encouraged to be flawless or "on." Cowardly bosses or accountants


It's no surprise that so many movie and music legends struggle with drug, alcohol, and gambling addictions, which are costly and can lead to missed career opportunities.


They make poor investments, spend excessively on fancy products, or simply have bad luck.


Stardom is often dazzling and prestigious. However, some well-known persons are suffering behind the scenes. Unfortunately, they may not have any reliable friends or family members to count on. This is primarily due to their fear of being exposed in public. Poor South African musicians and entertainers irritate me. The same is true for celebrities and musicians from throughout the world.


Prokid


Linda Mkhize, better known as Prokid, was a well-known South African singer. He was a well-known MC and record producer. Wozobona was a terrific song, and Soweto was an excellent album. He was one of the South African celebrities that died in 2018. Before his death, he was not only well-known, but also affluent.


On August 8, 2018, at his girlfriend's house, he died of a seizure. He had been seeing Mandisa Mbanjwa without notifying his wife for a year. Prokid had only been in her CBD flat in Johannesburg for a week. One of South Africa's 37-year-old superstars passed away. Prokid's wife had a hard time accepting his death.


Moshoeu, John 'Shoes'


South African footballer John "Shoes" Lesiba Moshoeu won the African Cup of Nations in 1996. He played as an attacking midfielder. Shoes was born in Ga Mashashane, Limpopo, and grew up in Diepkloof, Soweto.


John 'Shoes' Moshoeu was one of the top soccer players in the country, yet he died broke.


Fassie, Brenda


Brenda Fassie was the Afropop Queen of South Africa. On May 9, 2004, she passed away. The musician was a successful performer, but he was also a drug addict. She went to several rehabs to get help for her addictions. Bongani was her only child. Brenda died on April 24, 2004, in Buccleuch, Gauteng, following an asthma attack. She passed out at Sunninghill Hospital in Sandton. She passed away in a coma.


According to a postmortem, Brenda had consumed a substantial amount of cocaine the night she passed out. Brenda is said to have earned R30 million over her career. However, she spent the most of it on drugs. She died in poverty. Her medical and burial costs were covered by donations from well-wishers.


Mandoza


On September 18, 2016, Mandoza died. According to his relatives, he was getting treatment for pharyngeal cancer and had already lost his vision months before his death. Despite the fact that Mandoza's family worked tirelessly to refute allegations that he died in poverty, many people still believe he left no evidence that he lived lavishly.


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