Jabulani Tsambo better known by his stage name HHP was one of South Africa's most loved artists.
For most people who were driving home today and listening to Metro FM, it was probably one of the most heartwrenching drives back home as The Drive team reminisced about the last time they saw HHP which was about two weeks ago.
Mo Flava shared how they clearly remember how the team told HHP how much they loved him, Mo Flava had even planned to put HHP as a lineup performer at one of his gigs he was working on.
Mo also added that he felt that something just did not feel right about HHP on that day they interviewed him.
"Something in me wasn't comfortable, I know Jabba man and I was like, there is something that is amiss and as much as he was coming through with new music, and I even said to him 'bro, if there's anything you need just call me. But all of that is in the past, but what we can do is respect the family."
A clearly emotional Masechaba who tried to hold back her tears passionately spoke about how people need to really start talking about depression.
"I've known Jabulani since school, we used to sit under a tree and smoke, it was a group of us. He's such a real soul, he's a real human and I am so sick and tired of this country, the people here, not wanting to be open about depression, it's a real thing, I have a mother who suffers from depression, let's talk."
Mapaputsi who was a guest on the show and someone who also had a close relationship with Jabba shared how he encouraged HHP to always talk about his problems and not keep things bottled up, Mapaputsi had also encouraged the rapper to always pray whenever he felt as though the world was closing in on him.
A couple of days ago, HHP took to his Instagram to wish his late friend, Flabba a happy birthday, making it his last Instagram post.
''We miss you my G. #FlabbaReaLela. Happy Birthday, Skeem," he wrote. Take a look at the sweet post below:
May his soul rest in peace.
Main image credit: instagram.com/jabbaman_1