Disco music legend Patricia Majalisa has died in hospital

Disco music legend Patricia Majalisa has died in hospital

Disco music legend Patricia Majalisa has died in hospital

Disco music legend Patricia Majalisa has kicked the bucket in medical clinic, her director has affirmed. Conditions around her passing indistinct. She was created by the late Dan Tshanda under the Dalom Kids bunch which caused a ripple effect in the late 1980s and mid 1990s.

The Akulalwa Ziyawa hit producer was a sweetheart for some individuals in the Southern Africa area where she routinely visited regions, for example, Zimbabwe and Botswana along with the late Dan Tshanda, through the Dalom Music stable.

The late artiste’s representative said the Majalisa kicked the bucket in a medical clinic in South Africa. Oska Tee Majalisa’s administrator affirmed the demise.

“I can affirm that Patricia Majalisa is no more. I am heading off to the emergency clinic to see the specialist and they’ll mention to me what occurred. In any case, the facts demonstrate that she is no more,” said Oska Tee, without giving more data.

As indicated by South African writer Mathanda Ncube, things have not been well for Majalisa since the demise of her maker Dan Tshanda a couple of months prior.

Sympathy messages have since begun pouring via web-based networking media as individuals from over the world grieve the dearest performer.

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