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Lvovo speaks on Mampintsha’s death; ‘he’s triggered’

Kwaito legend Lvovo who was reportedly dead after his friend Mampintsha passed away.

Dirango was hit by a death hoax as some media outlets claimed he was also hit by a stroke and rushed to hospital.

Lvovo has now spoken out about the last conversation he had with Mampintsha before his death.

He was speaking as to why he couldn’t attend the funeral as he was still in hospital due to a minor stroke that he was admitted for.

He revealed his last moments a night before his death.

“I went to go see him in the hospital on Thursday night. He was not okay, we believed that he would recover. I speak to Danger everyday. So, I spoke to him during the funeral,” he said.

“Mampintsha knows that I would have loved to be at his funeral. But due to my condition, I watched it from the hospital. But I will visit his grave after I have fully recovered. When I went to perform on Friday, after being with him on Thursday made me feel weak,” added Lvovo.

Speaking about his stroke he afmitted that he to hospital after he suffered a minor stroke, getting ready to go on stage.

Mampintsha’s funeral has been married with various war of words as the family of Mampintsha and Babes were fighting for his body at the mortuary.

Babes then revealed during the send off ceremony that she was forgiving her mother inlaw and she also apologised for wronging her on her part.

Mampintsha died on Christmas Eve, after he suffered a stroke days on Thursday of the week.

His sister, Pinky Gumede revealed that he was supposed to perform a Rituals but did not show up for it.

After not showing up the second time they heard of him it was due to an emergency call of him being admitted at hospital.

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