Zola 7 ‘almost dies’

South African kwaito icon Bonginkosi Dlamini, better known by his stage name Zola 7, was recently reported to be in a coma. He is said to be feeling much better now that he is taking medication every day.

According to Zimoja, Zola 7 was not doing well and had an epileptic attack that put him in a coma for several weeks. To help with his condition, he was said to be taking medication twice a day. The Lwandle hitmaker was said to have feared for his health and shared that he “almost kicked the bucket”. According to Zola number seven,

“I rose from the dead. I almost didn’t make it. I almost kicked the bucket. But the medication is treating me well. I’m trying to eat right. I take 200 mg of medication in the morning and in the evening, so it’s heavy. I was in a coma for five weeks due to epilepsy. I was not on any ventilators or anything; I was breathing by myself.

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The Ghetto Fabulous hitmaker reportedly shared that he had lost a lot of weight but felt proud about his current weight. I’m not going back to weighing 42 kg. I gained a bit of weight; I like this body now.”
Zola 7 looks forward to the future and reportedly revealed that he plans on releasing an album in the following months.

“It’s been tough, but I am back. I am working on a new album which I hope will be released on 24 April, but nothing is yet finalised. I have a lot of new music, and it’s only a matter of time.

According to IOL, the award-winning musician shared he was getting back in the studio in August last year. He was said to have shared that he was feeling “brand new” and looking forward to getting back to work. Fans were said to have expressed that they were proud and thankful that Zola 7 was healing and recovering well.

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