L’vovo’s message to Mampintsha- ‘Hambe kahle, mnganiwami. Nami ngiyalulama’

L’vovo’s message to Mampintsha

L’vovo’s message to Mampintsha. Due to his ongoing recovery from a mild stroke, musician L’vovo Derrango was unable to attend his buddy Mandla “Mampintsha” Maphumulo’s memorial service on Thursday.

On Thursday, a crowded eThekwini Community Church (ECC) in KwaZulu-Natal hosted a memorial service for the 40-year-old celebrity who passed away recently at a Durban hospital after suffering a stroke.

L’vovo pledged to visit the family after his recovery by posting a picture of the late musician’s child on his Instagram account.

Hambe kahle, mnganiwami. Nami ngiyalulama. I will visit once I’m fully recovered. I love you always,” he wrote.

After having a stroke during a concert in Ndwedwe, KwaZulu-Natal, L’vovo was taken to the hospital.

“He is admitted at hospital for medical attention and is responding very well. We kindly ask that you keep him in your prayers and we’re confident he will come out of this difficult situation stronger. The family kindly ask for the public and media to respect their privacy during this difficult time,” read the official statement released by Derrango Records.

On Sunday the record label shared an update on his health and slammed rumours he had died.

“This notification serves to dispel the trending rumours that he has passed. This is untrue and grossly hurtful to his family. He is hospitalised and making excellent progress,” read the statement.

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