People like to proclaim celebrities dead without having enough information to confirm the news.
The amapiano artist Jobe London has been trending in social media platforms that he has died. The tributes and rest in peace has been flowing all over Facebook.
Jobe London is known for his hit with Kamo Mphela, 'sukendleleni'.
Jobe is not dead, instead he is busy working on his new music which will be released so soon. He will be releasing the collaborative tracks he recorded with the late artist Killer Kau.
He asked people to stop sending tributes and condolences messages.
The artist was trending last month after a photo of him surfaced the social media platform. People were worried because of his weight, he looked slimmer. People were concerned about his health. Jobe London said that the picture was from earlier this year after suffering from TB.
It's sad that say people are dead and they are not
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