Veteran musician and TV personality Zola 7 is alive and well, this contrary to the fake news that were being made on social media.
On Sunday evening several users who alleged that the 47-year-old, whose real name is Bonginkosi Dlamini, had passed away.
A video of him taking a morning walk emerged online, and he was responded to the rumours that circulated online late on Sunday evening.
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE:
Zola 7 enjoying his morning walk. I am starting to believe some people are making money through the gossip and lies ngoDlamini. Stay Strong Dlamini. pic.twitter.com/bHJhaNMXml
— 🌍 (@rodleshaba) July 26, 2021
In the video he jokes and says I feels good for a dead, look at me!!! adding that “If you want to believe I am dead, yindaba yakho leyo, I am staying peacefully in my house.”
There’s been more Tweeps who’ve also confirmed that he alive and well with some sharing screenshots of their conversations with him.
Zola 7 is ALIVE 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾. pic.twitter.com/tegGfA7Wtw
— #BrownDash (@GodfadayeKasi) July 25, 2021
He’s alive ❤️ let’s give him flowers now Zola 7🔥❤️ pic.twitter.com/a241ZL7gi7
— Man’s not madjozi (@ompathendo) July 25, 2021
Zola 7 has been open about his struggles with epilepsy, during an interview with podcaster Macgyver “Mac G” Mukwevho on Podcast and Chill With Mac G, he opened up how he no longer can drive himself after crashing two cars.
“I lost a lot of weight over the past year. I was extremely sick, I was home and I was shaking. Everybody around me was scared I was going to die. I couldn’t eat well. I was eating Mageu, porridge and Fish,” he said.