SA Hip Hop number 1 most hated man, Nhlamulo "NOTA" Baloyi has striked again with the receipts, this time revealing that under his leadership during the time when PRO died, he made the SA Hip Hop community donate over R100K to the family of PRO, to help them deal with the funeral arrangements.
PRO sadly passed away in August 2018 after succumbing to multiple seizures ob the death of her lover's bed at just age 33 years.
It all started after Lady lu took to instagram live to cry over the death of her associates in the amapiano scenes; Mphura and Killer Kau, who sadly passed away after their car collided with another oncoming car in the early hours of Saturday.
Many fans sympathized with Lady Du and offered her some comforting words to get through this tough time in her life but only one man saw it differently.
NOTA said instead of Lady Du just crying on social media, she must do something about it like making sure the family of Mphura and Killer Kau are well taken off just like what he did after PRO passed away.
As you'd expect, after NOTA shared his opinion on the whole matter, many people rushed to the comments section to condemn NOTA over his insensitivity with wanting people to mourn how he wants.
While its good that NOTA is advising fellow amapiano artists on what they should be doing in order to ensure their associates have a dignified funeral, he mustn't dictate how they mourn because different strokes for different folks.
What do you guys think?? Should NOTA be telling people how to mourn?? Let's talk in the comments section
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