'Hambe Kahle, Mnganiwami. Nami Ngiyalulama'- L'vovo

The singer bids farewell to his late friend Mampintsha

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Following news of his hospitalization, renowned music artist L'vovo Derrango, has confirmed once again that he is doing well. The singer has assured his fans that he is getting better.

He took to his Instagram account to share the last message to his late friend Mandla "Mampintsha" Maphumulo, after not being able to attend his memorial service on Thursday due to his hospitalization.

L'vovo posted a picture of Mampintsha's standing in front of his father's picture and promised to visit once he had recovered. "Hambe kahle, mnganiwami. Nami ngiyalulama. I will visit once I’m fully recovered. I love you always," he wrote.
Fans took to the comment section to wish him a speedy recovery

Lebo9010 wrote "May God send His healing Angels to heal you. Lulama lapho it's not your place."

Malusimbokazi wrote "Lulama sbari please but always know we are praying for you"

L'vovo's record label Derrango Records, released a statement on Saturday 24 December 2022, announcing that he had suffered a minor stroke during a performance in Ndwedwe, KwaZulu-Natal on Friday.

According to the statement. L'vovo was admitted to the hospital. "This is a public notification to media, events promoters, fans, and all relevant stakeholders by Derrango Records on behalf of its multi-award winning artist by the name of Thokozani Sphamandla Ndlovu also known as 'Lvovo Derrango'.

In light of Lvovo's stroke, the family asked the public to keep them in their prayers. Lvovo Derrango suffered a minor stroke during his performance at Indwedwe on [Friday]. He is admitted at the hospital for medical attention and he is responding very well. We kindly ask that you keep him in your prayers and we're confident that he will come out of this difficult situation stronger. The family kindly ask for public and media to respect their privacy during this difficult time,” read the statement.

On 25 December 2022, his record label shared the latest update on his health and slammed the hurtful rumours that he had allegedly died.

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

The record label asked the public and media to refrain from spreading "hurtful rumours" about L'vovo.

Mampintsha was laid to rest on Friday 30 December 2022. His funeral service was held at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre. His wife, Babes Wodumo bid him farewell in an emotional eulogy.

“In his last days, he said he loved me. I think that's why I'm this strong.

“What's tricky is that he left the world without giving me the pin to his phone. Hai, men. Now I stare at it when calls are coming in, unable to answer,” Babes Wodumo joked.

Image Cred: Instagram

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