Bongani To Come Clean About Mum's Millions

All will be revealed on his upcoming reality show

By  | May 14, 2021, 11:15 AM  | Bongani Fassie   | Top of The

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Bongani Fassie has scored himself a reality show on Moja Love called Finding Bongani which is set to premier in June. Son of the late Queen Of African Pop Brenda Fassie, his life was not all easy and glamorous since he lost his mother 17-years-ago.

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According to Moja Love, the show will give viewers a look at how the music producer and singer lived his life, being the child star who had a promising future in the industry. He will also be revealing how he misspent his illustrious mother's millions which she acquired throughout her successful career.

Moja Love released a trailer and judging by the trailer, people who are closely connected to Bongani will be telling his story. One of the main topics is how society shunned the child star when his mother passed on. Like his mother, he too struggled with drug addiction and had attempted to end his own life at some point.

One of the interviewees is Kuli Roberts who says Bongani should be grateful for being where he is today and that he did not succumb to society's pressures and killed himself.

“We all should be grateful he’s where he is today in life and he has not killed himself,“ she said in front of the company.

Other speakers spoke about hos tumultuous his life was and "he nearly lost it." Without revealing too much in the trailer though, we already know that he dodged court appearances and also had people thinking he abused drugs.

Season 1 starts June 5th at 20:30 on Moja Love.

Bongani is dubbed a musical genius by many and his impact in the Hip Hop industry is not one that should be overlooked. He has produced for many other artists in the industry; including his former group mate which is Jozi, DA LES on his Fresh 2 Def album. He is also a father of two who takes pride in his family and children.

Paying respects to him, LES said, "This album changed our lives forever. I really hope it inspired and is remembered for what it’s done for SA Hip Hop today. Bongani Fassie produced the whole thing with his bare hands, I wrote every single lyric from my heart, Lance Stehr hand delivered every single radio station."

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